Cougars are also known as pumas, mountain lions, mountain cats, catamounts or panthers. Fully grown they reach the height of 7 to 8 feet
An adult weighs between 100 and 250 pounds. They are extremely agile and can leap up to 20 feet. The diet of Cougars, being a carnivore, consists of large mammals, including deer but they also eat smaller animals including rabbits and birds.
The Cougar is similar to the leopard usually having an unmarked tawny body. Black Cougars can be described as an unspotted leopards with dark brown hair and very sharp emerald eyes. Their hind legs are larger than the front legs on a long body and neck with a small head, short face a long tail.