|Estimated Population||Least concern|
|Subspecies||P. c. couguar – North America|
P. c. costaricensis – Central America
|Conservation Status |
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Puma cubs are born with a spotted coat but the spots fade as they mature. The adult's plain coat can be from red-brown to blue-grey. They live in North, Central and South America.
There are usually two or three cubs in a litter. They are fully grown and independent at about two years. Adults are basically solitary animals.