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no bobcats do not live in dens or borws

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Polar bears live in arctic regions where there are no caves, holes, burrows, or "dens" for them to live in. Polar bears are adapted to live in the open and spend nearly all their time ranging over ice and tundra (where there are no rock faces to host caves, nor earth for holes, burrows or dens to speak of).


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Kiwi dig burrows and dens for shelter.


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