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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Habitat Mountain Lions Behaviour Habits Mating Role in ecosystem Mountain lions are important as top predators in there ecosystem and are keypieces in controllingpopulations of large mammals Gathering of food the lions quietly stalks theprey animals, then leaps at a close range onto there back and breaks the animals neck with a powerful bite below the base of the skull As carnivores, there main prey throughout their range are different species of deer and there relatives. Are mainly nocturnal and spends its days Sleeping all day hunting at night and are solitary animals except during brief mating times Males maintain territories thatoverlap with those of several weekends.Mating begins when they haveestablished there own territory. Reproduction Females are pregnant for 82 to 96 daysand give birth to 1 to 6 kittensand average 3 kittensfemale mountain lions give birthevery two years. Position is at the top of the food chain Mountain lions live coast to coast in North America, and from southern Argentina and Chile, in South America, to southeastern Alaska. A wide variety of habitats they are in are montane coniferous forests lowland tropical forests, grassland, swamps, and anywhere with adequate cover and prey. Also dense vegetation, caves, and rocky crevicesto provide shelter Special adaptations includethe size of their abnormally huge paws to jump great height and their long tails used to balance themselves on jumps and steep edges Threats to its niche are some populations considered extinct and sometimes attackhumans
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