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Puma

A few shots of Puma’s (or Mountain Lion, or Cougar or indeed Panther) taken at the Cat Survival Trust near Welwyn in Hertfordshire.  Please note that it is not open to public but if you call they will try their best to arrange a visit for you.

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Puma

A few shots of a number of Puma’s (or Mountain Lion, or Cougar or indeed Panther) taken at the Cat Survival Trust near Welwyn in Hertfordshire.  The trust has an incredible number of big and small cats which are well worth seeing however, please note that it is not open to public but if you call they will try their best to arrange a visit for you.

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Puma

Here are a few further shots of the incredible looking Puma taken at the Cat Survival Trust in Herefordshire.

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Puma

Here are a few shots of a Puma (aka mountain lion, panther or indeed cougar) taken at the Cat Survival Trust in Hertfordshire.  This unique and stunning looking specimen is the second largest cat in North America with the largest being  the Jaguar.  Amazingly, for such a large cat the puma cannot roar, instead it growls, purrs and hisses just like a domestic cat.

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