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17 Oct 2021

Hello , hope you are well would you be interested in supplying some information on large preditory cats . like ,lions ,tigers, pumas etc thanks .
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17 Oct 2021

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18 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen
Veterinarian

Hello, I would be happy to answer questions regarding big cats.

18 Oct 2021
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18 Oct 2021
Hello, thanks for accepting the question. Ok our guy is out jogging in a forest area were mountain lions .his running perks the natural hunting habit of thebig cat and it goes into hunting mode . and attacks the guy, how will that happen , thanks
18 Oct 2021
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18 Oct 2021
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18 Oct 2021
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18 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen
Veterinarian

Mountain lions, like a few other big cats, will stalk their prey and attack from behind.  The mountain lion would leap on the guy's back and bite down at the neck.  The intent would be to make a critical bite to sever the spine and spinal cord, or at least crush the area to incapacitate the victim.

18 Oct 2021
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18 Oct 2021
Once the mountain lion has got the guy down on the ground what will happen next .
18 Oct 2021
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19 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen
Veterinarian

The mountain lion will grip and hold the victim by the neck until he is absolutely dead, then it will drag the guy off to a more secluded  area - within a brushy area or hidden behind debris.  Once comfortably out of view, the mountain lion would start to feed on the guy. It might start on a large muscle mass, such as the biceps or upper thighs, or it may chew into the abdomen to get to some of the vital organs.

19 Oct 2021
Customer reply
19 Oct 2021
Great information .will ask the next part as a new quwstion.
19 Oct 2021
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20 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen

Sounds great, thanks.

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Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen
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20 Oct 2021
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