This video is about cougars.
From Live Science:
Michigan Cougars not Extinct, Animal Droppings Indicate
By Sara Goudarzi
LiveScience Staff Writer
posted: 19 May 2006
While the state has a history of cougar sightings, whether any actually remain is a source of debate.
Wildlife officials have claimed that cougars were wiped out of Michigan by the 1930’s.
Yet people have reported mountain lion sightings in 12 areas of Michigan. Cougar and mountain lion are two names for the same animal.
Now a study of DNA from animal droppings may be the first concrete evidence that could lead to a resolution of the state’s ongoing catfight.
If the government in Michigan is better than Jeb Bush’s administration, mishandling their close relatives the Florida panthers, then there is some hope for these cougars.
Does New Hampshire have mountain lions? Here.
A mountain lion killed on a road in the US state of Connecticut had walked halfway across the US before it died in June, scientists have said: here.