Pumas Predators?

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The Puma is a very dominant animal and has very few predators in its natural environment. Occasionally a sick or injured Puma may be preyed upon by other animals including Wolves, Bears, and other Pumas. The Puma's largest predator is people, the Puma is hunted by humans, and has also lost much of its habitat due to deforestation.
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They don't really have preadotors besides us.
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I dont think so becuase its at they top of the food chain. Maybe youre taking about threats. The World Conservation Union (IUCN) currently lists the cougar as a "near threatened
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Male pumas fight over territories which may include 2-3 resident females. In such battles it is not uncommon for one of the fighting males to be killed or severely injured. Man is
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Get the PUMA cleats....they work pretty well and are well balanced......they are pretty much the best cleats
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For the most part, an adult cougar has no natural enemies. However, they occasionally compete with other predators such as bears and wolves for food.
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