This Cougar Calling To Its Mother Sounds Exactly Like A Chirping Bird

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This has me wondering if I’ve ever heard a cougar out there…

Noises in the woods are best ignored or you will be constantly looking over your shoulder. If you have safe practices and make lots of noise, most animals will never be a problem.

If there’s one animal that is known for being quiet and stealthy, its cougars.

Cougars are large predatory cats that are known for their elusive nature. Cougars are the largest of the small cats, with males weighing up to 220 pounds. They can measure up to 8 feet in length, including their long tails, and are known for their incredible strength and agility.

Cougars are typically born in litters of 1-6 cubs, which are born blind and helpless. Cougar cubs will stay with their mother for up to 2 years, learning valuable skills such as how to hunt and defend themselves from predators.

One surprising thing about cougar cubs is that they make chirping sounds that are often mistaken for birds. This unique vocalization is used by cubs to communicate with their mother, who can identify each cub by its distinct call. The chirping sound is also thought to help keep the cubs together and close to their mother, as they travel through the wild.

Maybe, that weird bird wasn’t a bird after all that one time. This will make you question everything.

This cougar cub is seen calling to its mother. The sound of bird is heard at the same time. That’s when you realize the high-pitched noise is actually coming from the cat.

The high-pitched noise sounds exactly like a song bird. A noise a person would never think twice about until they saw this.

I guess, you never know what you could be hearing out there.

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