Franklin Square, NY
Puma Head Shot
FAA WATERCOLOR MARK DOES NOT APPEAR ON FINAL SALES
While at the Queens Zoo located on the grounds where the 1967-68 Worlds Fair was held in Queens, New York. I was walking around when I came across this sleeping Puma, who suddenly looked up and by the photograph I was able to get of him he did not look to happy or else he had a rough sleep. He then began to shake it off and jumped up looking food and growling very loudly. puma (Puma concolor), also called mountain lion, cougar, panther (eastern U.S.), or catamount (archaic) , large brownish New World cat comparable in size to the jaguar�the only other large cat of the Western Hemisphere. The puma, a member of the family Felidae, has the widest distribution of any New World mammal, with a range extending from southeastern Alaska to southern Argentina and Chile. Pumas live in a variety of habitats, including desert scrub, chaparral, swamps, and forests, but they avoid agricultural areas, flatlands, and other habitats lacking cover (vegetative or topographic). Six subspecies of Puma ...
February 12th, 2012
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