Who Knew that Cougars Are Such Social Animals?
Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 678 , Segment 3
Episode: Avoiding Taxes, Starving Education to Feed Retirement
- Nov 9, 2017
- 16:39 mins
Guest: Mark Elbroch, PhD, Lead Scientist, Puma Program, Panthera BYU’s mascot, the cougar, lives throughout the West, but since they hunt at night, there’s a lot we don’t know about them. Scientists have always thought that cougars are solitary animals who don’t interact with each other unless they’re mating or fighting. But a recent study reveals that they actually don’t mind some company at dinner.