The Costa Rican Cougar, Puma concolor costaricensis, is an endangered subspecies of feline. This Cougar subspecies usually hunts at night and may sometimes travel long distances in search of food. Its average litter size is 3 cubs. The animal has a solid tan-colored coat without spots. This particular subspecies ranks as the second largest cat in Costa Rica and can be found in various places and habitats. Like other cougars, it is amazingly fast, and can maneuver quite easily and skillfully.