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This collectible is 10" x 7" x 11". This great Puma statue is a great gift idea for any can lover. You will believe the ice dripping off the cliff of this statue is real. The detail on this gift is that good.
Puma also called American Lion, Cougar, Deer Tiger, Mexican Lion, Panther, Painter, Moutain Lion, or Catamount(Felis concolor), is a large, graceful cat, of the family Felidae, that is exceeded in size only by the jaguar among cats of the New World. The name puma is derived from usage by the Inca Indians.
The puma ranges widely from the southern third of British Columbia to Patagonia in habitats as varied as mountains, deserts, and jungles, but, because of persecution by humans, it is now generally restricted to wilderness areas. The mountain lion is found over a wider range than any other mammal in the western hemisphere, except for man. Once common, the puma has been eradicated in many areas, and its survival is threatened. The Eastern puma of North America and the Florida cougar of the Southern United States are considered endangered.
A male puma may grow to be 1.8 m (6 ft) long, plus a tail of 60-90 cm (2-3 ft). Cougars' long tails may be one-third of their total body length. An adult male cougar weighs between 63 and 90 kg (140-200 lbs), and a female cougar, between 40 and 50 kg (90-120 lbs). The coat ranges in color from reddish to brownish yellow or gray. Black stripes reach from the mouth to the eyes, and the tail tip is black. The head is small and round with a black spot over the eyes. Pumas usually live to be about 12 years old, but they have been known to live up to 19 years in captivity.
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