Eastern Cougars Declared Extinct—But That Might Not be Bad

“Cougars are very cryptic animals,” says Michael Robinson from the environmental advocacy group Center for Biological Diversity.

He’s referencing the fact that cougars often travel alone, often at night, and they’re hard to track. When most people come across one in the wild, it’s usually by accident.

To see one in the northeastern U.S. is even more rare, almost certainly a fluke.

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