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What is the difference between Panther and Puma?

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Answered Aug 22, 2019

Panther is the term used in referring to the animals that belong to the genus "Panthera." This group includes animals that belong to the cat family, such as tiger, lion, and leopard, which might appear as a white panther or black panther. It is only the animals that belong to this genus that can roar. They believe in having evolved since about six to ten million years ago, with tiger being the earliest members to exist. This tiger is also the largest of the genus, with lion coming in as the second largest.

Panther is the term used in referring to the animals that belong to the genus
The leopard and jaguar have spots on their body, with jaguar being the strongest of all the genus. On the other hand, puma refers to a Mountain Lion, cougar, which is also a genus of the family Felidae which originated from America. Puma is derived from both Quechua language and Spanish language, while panther is derived from two Greek words; pan which means "all," and then, which means "beast."

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