What is the genus and species of a puma, mountain lion, and a cougar?

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Pumas, mountain lions, and cougars are all the same animal depending upon what region of the world they are found in. Their genus is Puma and their species is Puma Concolor.
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The Puma concolor is known as a mountain lion, cougar, panther, puma, catamount, mountain cat, mountain screamer, painter and other names. It was previously placed in the genus Felis
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There's no difference. Mountain lions are also
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There are 4 species of big cats of the felidae family in panthera genus : lions, tigers, leopards, and jaguars. Leopards and jaguars are two distinct species, but they are similar
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They are all the same Animal,just different terminology.
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