cougars in their natural habitat

Cougars Return To Superior Grill For Cinco De Mayo, Nature Is Healing, We Are The Virus.

Kip Fielding Crayfish

Naturalists have confirmed that the local cougar population have begun to repopulate their natural habitat, Superior Grill, in numbers greater than pre-Covid-19 levels. The species, Puma Ellerbesis, at one time used to range as far as the Remington but had been reduced by environmental factors such as increasing margarita prices, lack of prey and the growing populations of jaguars. While Ichthyologists are cautious to attribute these growing numbers to Covid-19 alone, it is impossible to deny the growth of cougar numbers in the one mile strip between Superior Grill and Superior Steakhouse, now widely known as ‘Cougar Alley’.