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Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar
   was released in   
1967
The Cougar
   is native to   
North America
These solitary cats are expert hunters and are capable of taking down an adult male elk. The cougar will leap onto the back of its prey, and by grasping the neck with its canines, pulls back on the head using its powerful rear legs to snap the prey's neck. To prevent scavenging animals from stealing their kill, cougars often bury their prey with sticks and leaves. This enables them to feed from a large kill for several days.
Cougar Fight
   is the fight song of   
Columbus State
Columbus, Georgia
The Cougar Song
   is the fight song of   
Brigham Young University
Cougar Falls
   is situated in   
Lewis County
Brigham Young University
   has   
Cosmo the Cougar
Utah
John Cougar
   is the stage name of   
John Mellencamp
US Rock singer-songwriter
Beretta
   manufactured the   
Cougar
1994.
Gary Thompson
   had the nickname   
The Cougar
John Cougar
   released the single   
Jack & Diane
1982; 4 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100; released under John Mellencamp's early stage name
John Cougar Mellencamp
   released the single   
Pink Houses
1983; peaked at #8; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; during the artists name change period; released on the "Uh-Huh" album
John Cougar
   released the single   
Hurt So Good
1982; peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100; released on the "American Fool" album
Washington State
   has the   
Cougars
Pullman, Washington
Run, Cougar, Run
   was released in   
1972
BYU
   has the   
Cougars
Provo, Utah
John (Cougar) Mellencamp
   was born in   
Seymour, Indiana
On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
   featured James Bond driving a   
Ford Cougar, Red
1925
   the winner was the   
Victoria Cougars
Houston
   has the   
Cougars
Houston, Texas






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