Cougar killed in Connecticut once roamed Northland
Wildlife officials using DNA analysis have confirmed that a cougar struck and killed on a Connecticut highway last month was the same one that passed through Minnesota and Wisconsin in 2009 and 2010.
The cougar's 1,055-mile trek is considered a new record for most miles traveled by a wild cat, said Adrian Wydeven, biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
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