Wild Cougars are Moving into the Midwest -- and They May Be Here to Stay

Chicago Reader | May 5, 2008
The numbers are not huge, but they do indicate an increase in cougars making their way back into the nation's corn and soybean belt, areas from which they were exterminated long ago. Now the Midwest is going to have to decide what to do about them.

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