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DNR says not much evidence to support idea of cougars settling in Minnesota yet

Published 12/21/2011, St. Cloud Times / AP

Cougars, also known as mountain lions or pumas, roamed all across the lower 48 states before European settlement. That range is much smaller today with established populations recognized in 14 western states. The closest breeding populations to Minnesota are found in the Dakotas.

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