New study disputes the conventional wisdom to stay put or risk triggering lion’s instinct to pursue-
The study was based on what 185 people did who were attacked by mountain lions. The data was from 1890 to 2000. It came from the U.S. and Canada. I can see from the abstract on which the article below is based that additional information is in the original which is not reported below.
Should You Run or Freeze When You See a Mountain Lion? By Sushma Subramanian. Scientific American.
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Why don’t they do this for wolves? Probably because predatory attacks are so few, analysis of figures would be meaningless.