The cougar (Filis Concolor) lives approximately 10–20 years, weighing 64 lbs to 198 lbs. They have a top speed of 30 mph and live solitary lifestyle. They usually hunt at night and the gloaming hours of dusk and dawn. Being the largest of the big cats in North America, their diet varies from deer and other hoofed animals to crocodiles. They are the ambush predator type and will lie and wait for their prey. Cougars live in a wide variety of habitats, from forests to the mountains. As we move further into there homes, we interact with them more and more. Cougars are very large, powerful, and dangerous animals and you should avoid them at all cost.