Big bear and cougar zoo in North Dakota are planning to open a new facility in the fall that would be the largest in the United States and will include a 3,000-square-foot exhibit of a male cougar.
The 1,800-square foot exhibit, which opens in late spring or early summer, is expected to cost $100 million and will be the first in North America to be fully dedicated to cougars.
The exhibit will be housed in a new building that will also house the world’s largest cougar exhibit.
The building, which is expected in 2019, is in the middle of the North Dakota-Wisconsin border, which borders both Iowa and Minnesota.
The zoo will be one of the first to exhibit a cougared cougar, which can grow to be 6 feet tall and weigh up to 300 pounds.
They can reach a weight of about 400 pounds in the wild.
“The cougar has been a huge part of the human experience for a long time,” said David Dutton, the zoo’s director.
“The fact that they can be so successful and adapt so well to living in the environment is a great example of how the cougar can be a wonderful part of our lives.
I really believe this is a beautiful opportunity for the zoo to have a big role in our future.”
The cougars have been a major conservation success story for North Dakota.
In addition to their ability to thrive in a variety of environments, the cougars also help to reduce habitat loss and make it possible for wildlife to live more sustainably.
In the wild, the animals can be found on most of North America’s land and their habitat includes both native grasslands and man-made land.
The cougars were hunted to extinction in the mid-20th century, but the cougaring population has been recovering.
The number of cougars in North American has been declining in recent years, as hunting and habitat destruction have combined to result in the extinction of tens of thousands of the animals.
According to the National Wildlife Federation, the number of wild cougars has grown from 4,000 in 1992 to over 17,000 today.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature estimates that 1,000 to 4,500 cougars are now known to exist.
“There are so many species of cougar out there,” said Chris Boulton, the director of Big Bear Zoo.
“This is a good opportunity to reintroduce them to the world.”
The Big Bear and cougarees exhibit will feature the first live-streamed video of the wild animals, which will be available to the public.
“Our goal is to get the public to come out and see the cougs for themselves and maybe even get a glimpse into the wilds,” Dutton said.
The facility will also be home to a 2,000 square foot exhibit of another cougar species, the mountain lion, which was also killed by the coudogs.
The Big Bears exhibit will also have a smaller but still impressive display of cougares that is similar to that of the zoo.
The exhibit includes a pair of cougs, a bear cub and a mountain lion cub.
The mountain lion exhibits are located in a larger building and are estimated to cost around $100,000 each.
The bears exhibit, located in the zoo itself, will feature a pair, three or four cubs and will cost between $5,000 and $20,000.
It will be located in an exhibit that is just under the entrance to the zoo, which currently houses the zoo-owned Big Bear House.
The New York-based National Geographic Society has donated $1 million to the Big Bear Museum.
It is also donating another $500,000 for the development of the exhibit.
The project is expected that the zoo will open the exhibit in 2019.
The zoo will also provide funding for the construction of a new exhibit and for the purchase of equipment for the building.