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What is the difference between a panther and a mountain lion?

What is the difference between a panther and a mountain lion?

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L. Hawkes

L. Hawkes

L. Hawkes
L. Hawkes, Teacher, Memphis

Answered Aug 10, 2018

The panther is a large cat with black fur, and they are a rare breed. Mountain lions are large slender cats with a small head, and a long tail and their fur is tawny brown. Both animals symbolize power and courage. Mountain lions are found in some parts of North and South America.

The panther is a large cat with black fur, and they are a rare breed. Mountain lions are large
Black Panthers in Africa and Asia are leopards, those in America are black jaguars. The black panther does have spots, but they are difficult to see because of its uniform color. The mountain lion goes by many names, which includes the cougar, panther, and puma.

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T. Perez

T. Perez

T. Perez
T. Perez

Answered May 10, 2018

Mountain lions and panthers, both are extremely fascinating carnivores of the Family: Felidae. Nonetheless, their colouration is the most fascinating feature to talk about, aside from the rapacious propensities and the shocking thunders. The appropriation and different qualities are additionally vital to recognize them independently.

Mountain lions and panthers, both are extremely fascinating carnivores of the Family: Felidae.
Mountain lion, is a hugely built local cat to the Americas. Mountain lions like to live around mountains as a rule. Mountain lions are the fourth largest among every one of the cats. Regardless of their huge size, mountain lions are lithe animals, and seek a similar sort of food with other huge predators, for example, panthers. As a rule, panthers are black in color, yet white panthers are additionally conceivable. This exceptional colouration happens as a result of a transferable mutation in their chromosomes. In this manner, a panther could be characterized as any big cat with a color mutation. What's more, a panther could be a puma with a color mutation in South America, or a panther in Asia and Africa.

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