Mountain lions are obligate carnivores and do not eat plants.
They eat meat but I'm not certain on the plants i don't believe they eat plants though
No mountain lions don't eat bears.Bears eat mountain lions.
Solar energy is absorbed by plants which use it to make food. Deer eat the plants and use the plant's energy to carry on life. Mountain lions then eat the deer.
no mountain lions can not eat mountain lion but they can harm and sometimes kill each others.
Yes, mountain lions do eat goats.
No, zebras do not eat mountain lions and mountain lions do not eat zebras. Zebras are from Africa and mountain lions are strictly an American species. They would never meet in nature.
not all worms eat mountain lions ( they only eat when dead) and bacteria eat mountain lions dead or alive:
Mountain lions are carnivorous, they do not eat corn.
Yes, mountain lions will eat almost anything.
No, impossible! Lions are from Africa and mountain lions from the Americas. They never meet.
lions are carnivores which means they eat meat and do not eat plants.
they can but only if they are full grown. wolves eat baby mountain lions
No. Their intestines ore too short to efficiently process plant matter so they are obligate carnivores.== == Actually it is very rare for lions to eat plants but, when no food is found they eat plants. They are cats and like any cat they will eat certain plants if they are feeling sick, but as the above poster said this is not a common occurrence.
Yes Mountain lions eat meat. They eat a varity of animals including deer and elk.
Yes, mountain lions eat bison. Wolves also eat bison and humans kill them.
no mountain lions can not eats bats because bats fly higher then mountain lions jumps
Yes, mountain lions eat meat.
dismounting lions eat elk.
If mountain lions are despretly hungry then they eat fish. They eat anything that's near by
No. Pumas and mountain lions are actually the same animal.
Probably not, mountain lions can kill wolves.
Mountain lions eat pretty much the entire deer except for the larger bones.
Mountain lions and pumas are the same animal, Puma Concolor.
Giant armadillos are tertiary consumers. They eat the insects that eat the plants. Then, they become the food for carnivores such as jaguars and mountain lions.