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By Wilson Romero, Cochiti-Dine

Animal: Mountain Lion, Material: Found Stone
This offering is sold.
The Mountain-lion is the largest wildcat in North America and was thought to live as a lone predator with a large home territory. However, experts are now beginning to understand that despite roaming these vast ranges alone, mountain lions have a rich, hierarchical society based largely on sharing food. This mountain lion carved from found sandstone by Wilson Romero is ready to share some soul food with you. With a wonderful long tail curving up along the back, it measures about 6 1/2" long, 1 1/4" wide and stands about 1 5/8" tall including the matte black obsidian arrow point.