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Are mountain lions found in deciduous forests?


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Answered 2016-08-18 17:31:05

Mountain Lions live in a wide variety of habitats including in deciduous forests, coniferous forests, rain forests, grasslands, savannas, wetlands, mountains and deserts.

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