Cougar attack!

March 2004
Canadian Geographic;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 124 Issue 2, p104
Focuses on the ninth annual environment issue of "Canadian Geographic." Information on cougar attacks in the northern coastal villages of Vancouver Island; Increase in the attacks of cougars since 1890; Topics in the annual environment issue of "Canadian Geographic."


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