The Big Cat is Back

Whye, Mike
May 2012
Nebraska Life;May/Jun2012, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p92
The article reports on the sightings of the animal called cougar in the state of Nebraska. The animal is also called in several names, including mountain lion, catamount and puma. It claims that in May 2011, mushroom hunters saw the remains of a cougar on an island in the Platte River east of Yutan. The opinion of Sacramento, California-based Mountain Lion Foundation executive director Tim Dunbar on the reasons why cougars are returning to their previous habitats is also cited.


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