Florida teen attacked by cougar
A year-old girl mauled by a pound cougar was described by her mother as "just fine" Sunday. The girl is to meet with investigators today to explain what prompted the animal attack. Chaos pinned the girl and placed her head in its mouth. A neighbor who heard the girl's screams freed her. The attack occurred at home of Alan Rigerman, who has a permit to keep two cougars and several snakes, tortoises and alligators.
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A 6-year-old girl escaped a mountain lion attack Sunday at a California state park after adults who were with her fought back and scared the animal away. The girl was grabbed by the big cat but suffered only minor injuries, thanks to the fast action of adults, authorities say. The attack happened about 2 miles from the park's main parking lot. Then, her parents took her to the hospital.
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Their claw marks do not show in the track. Their toes slant — similar to human feet — indicating left or right foot. Click here for more information on mountain lion tracks, scat and other signs. Mountain lions once ranged more extensively than any other mammal in the Western Hemisphere. Historically they could be found anywhere from the Canadian Yukon to the Straits of Magellan — over degrees in latitude — and from the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific Ocean.