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Manitoba provincial wildlife authorities believe that the province may harbor a small population of cougars (note that Manitoba is not shown on map, see "Big Picture" map for location of Manitoba confirmations just north of North Dakota border).Two cougars were killed in separate incidents in late 2004. There was another one caught on film in January of 2007.In six cases lions ended up dead, either as the result of accidents or because they were shot.
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South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GF&P), working in cooperation with South Dakota State University, has been intensively studying mountain lions in the area since 1998.
To date, research indicates that the Black Hills currently support a population of approximately 140 breeding adults.
The species had been nearly extirpated from the state in the early 1900's as a result of bounty programs.
Since receiving legal protection in 1978, a cougar population has become re-established in the Black Hills.