Would a mountain lion kill a chicken?
Yes if it was hungry.
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Answer . They may go inside to see if there is anything to eat, but mountain lions don't like to feel penned in and prefer the great outdoors.
They are not found on the same continent. But tigers sometimes kill leopards, and there are eyewitness accounts of them eating the leopard, so they would probably eat a mountain lion.
"Mountain lion" is actually another name for a Cougar, and they arenot considered a true lion. Cougars are known by many namesincluding puma, panther and of course mountain lion. they are likecheetahs or panthers. They actually have over 40 other names (puma, panther, catamount,miniature lion, etc.…) ( Full Answer )
A pack of dogs, a crocodile, a rhino, a hippo, an elephant, a bear, a gorilla, a hunter, a bull, a tiger, and a large python. Poachers kill lions and it is wrong we need to do something to help all in danger animals. We need to work together. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you what t…o help. Large nile crocodiles will kill them in water as evidenced by the fact that lion,s claws are found in crocodile,s stomach on occasions Elephants, hippos, rhinos, hyenas, cape buffaloes, poachers, and crocodiles. ( Full Answer )
It is also referred to as a puma or cougar. It is a large cat inthe feline family. yes a mountain lion is a carnivore because they eat other animals.
lions are killed for their meat,claws,teeth,bones and their skin wich can be used to make mats.
If they do not like each other yes. Some people illegally do this but they call it cock fighting.
Yes long ago thy were found in the mountain but after awile they started moving down from the mountains and now they are moving alot more because the there habitat is being destroyed.
no im pretty sure its the other way around, the lion though if it could run fast enough may be able to get away.
lions kill pretty much every thing in the Savannah for example zebra,gazell,buffalo and pigs In Africa, lions hunt animals like wildebeest, warthogs, zebras, buffalo, and various kinds of antelope like impalas, kudu, hartebeest, gemsbok, and eland. Sometimes lions have been known even to kill giraff…es. In India, they eat nilgai and wild boar. A lioness has to eat approximately 11lbs of meat a day and the males have to eat about 15.5lbs. ( Full Answer )
A mountain lions only enemy is any animal that has the nerve to try to attack it. Its very rare that the mountain lion gets attacked, and even rarer if the mountain lion loses the battle. A Mama bear with cubs will kill a cougar. but this is a rare incident indeed. Humans are a mountain lion's main… threat. Humans are responsible for their loss of habitat, habitat fragmentation, and being hunted by people. Other than that, nothing preys upon this animal. ( Full Answer )
I am not positivley sure about this answer that i am giving you!. Lions are killed because they are thought of causing harm towards other animals and humans. Lions are also killed the the furr to make coats scarfs ect ...and killed for meat to eat.. If this helps you please leave a comment on my m…essage board!!. =] x they get hunted for their mane witch is used for bag,clother and other things i dont know, its so sad though. I am strongly against hunting any animal. ANIMALS DESERVE TO LIVE!! I'd like to add my two cents to the above response. I will assume the question relates to those who hunt for sport. The simple answer is that countries make a lot of money for allowing this to take place. Some may pay upwards of six figures for the "privilege" of matching wits with an intellectually inferior animal. The game safaris are not limited to predators but extend to casual grazers, as well. On an emotional level, I do not understand how anyone can feel a sense of achievement or gratification from killing something that is minding its own business, in its own environment. Perhaps it is compensatory. Maybe it imparts a sense of control over an animal's mortality since the hunter, in the end, cannot control his own. Whatever the reason, gratuitous killing is allowed to take place because governments profit from it. . ( Full Answer )
Over crowding and or signs of illness can trigger a disruption in the coop. When one bird gets weak from being sick the rest can start being very aggressive and it can become a free for all. Once blood is drawn this fighting can really have a bad effect on the whole flock if not brought under contro…l. Separate the worst injured birds if possible, at least until wounds heal. Feeding extra rations for a few days can distract the bullies and the minor competition for food. Providing more roosting space if possible will also help. ( Full Answer )
Yes. They're predators, that's what they're designed to do. It is important to note that the females hunt and kill more frequently than the males, who, while still adept hunters, are wanderers that often share in the kill of a resident pride.
Probably not, but anything in nature could happen. A wolverine would only kill a lion if it was starving, had to feed its' family, etc, but not just to kill a lion. . if he had to
well a lion might do it but if you think,crocodiles are powerful.as the jaguar can do it ,tiger can d it it's likely to win.the fact is the crocodiles are powerful only at the front.tigers and jaguars uses it as an advantage.if you go past these jaws its simple to kill it then
The tiger is much bigger and stronger than a mountain lion, so probably a tiger.
Easily YES. Lions are large and powerful animals that can kill any living thing with just one bite. Humans are comparatively smaller and weaker than most of the lions prey species and hence they can kill us humans with ease. So, I would suggest - stay away from them.
All sorts of things can kill a lion: . Other lions . Lion traps . Snares . Cape buffalo . Hippos . Rhinos . Crocodiles . Starvation . Dehydration . Disease (feline distemper, for instance) . Genetic disorders (like from risk of inbreeding) . Pack of hyenas . Poachers/hunters . Ligh…tning strike . Old age . Injuries like a broken jaw, or leg by shooting them ( Full Answer )
he is a predator, so no one is going to eat him, and he is always warm because he has a fur coat. As for food, he probably eats other small animals that live in the mounatain
Probably not, unless the mountain lion was dead or incapable of fighting back. Grizzlies assess situations in terms of the threats to their well being. If a grizzly could be hurt in an attempt for food and would therefore be unable to eat, it will probably just go find something else to devour. Ther…efore, it is highly unlikely that a grizzly would eat a mountain lion, because a mountain lion could do some serious damage to a grizzly. ( Full Answer )
A dog that has successfully concluded the prey response (eye, stalk, chase, kill) is an unlikely candidate for rehabilitation. The only way to control such a situation is to create a perimeter around the chicken area using positive reinforcement (clicker), so the dog clearly understands this territ…ory is off limits. You can learn about how to use a clicker by going to ClickerTraining.com and reading Karen Pryor's book, "Reaching the Animal Mind: Clicker Training". Neanderthal methods of tying a dead chicken around a dog's neck should not be considered at all; using electric shock collars is not humane. Attempting to 'correct' the dog's genetically mandated prey response does NOT work and results in a confused and anxious dog with a most likely heightened prey response and a severe case of learned helplessness. Protecting chickens from all predators requires safe confinement. Dogs are not the only predators, there are fox, raccoons, possum and all manner of other predators that can kill your chickens. Construct a reasonable and safe environment for the chickens. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the situation. Whether the lion has any experience in him, whether the mule is already injured; there are countless possibilities, and even more countless outcomes. Hmmm... It seems these answers are not at all accurate in what you particularly asking. That would not help you at all.… I know, quite obvious really. Here is the lowdown, or my actual -and quite reasonable- answer: It is all determined by GOD. ( Full Answer )
no mountain lions can not eat mountain lion but they can harm and sometimes kill each others.
No because they are both dominant species and I imagine if a cougar actually did attack a bear the bear would hold it's ground
Well God gave them strong legs made special for climbing and leaping. They have big feet so they can have more of a grip and so they don't sink into to snow and their fur is good for the freezing temperatures, and mountain lions don't always live on the mountain, they can live near it.
Mountain lions (AKA cougars) are called such because they are lions that generally live in mountainous terrain.
There are numerous things that can kill a chicken and leave the body. We have had our dog kill a chicken by wanting to play with it. She didn't want to eat it just play. Heat stress will kill a chicken. Sometimes they just die without any visible cause.
A raccoon will kill chickens. Most of the time they will pull the head off the chicken but racoons are very hostile so never take one for granted ,as they will bite. A couple of racoons will kill your entire flock of chickens in a very short time if not stopped .
Yes,because it is larger and more stronger. . The Liger weigh 550 to 620 lioness is the stronger . than male one A Liger would defeat a tiger too and. also2to5 wolves.
A mountain lion would completely own a wolf if it was alone. Most wolves travel in packs though and a pack of wolves would detour a mountain lion from attacking in the first place.
It depends like if it's a baby lion or an adult lion or a small penguin or bigger penguin but my oppinion or hypothesis is probably between 10-50 it depends.
Yes, the names panther and mountain lion can be used to describe the same animal. To protect its young, a mother can be expected to fight another to the death.
A grizzly bear has the correct, strong strength of killing two male lions, but three male lions out-weight and over-strength the grizzly bear. Three lions could kill a grizzly bear.
It's hard to say. Lions and polar bears live in completely different climates, biomes and continents, which only leave us with our imagination as to how many lions it would take to bring down a polar bear. Some say six, others say different.
Black bears and grizzly bears kill mountain lions. They both growmuch bigger than mountain lions, and also are stronger.
Techinacally, no. A mountain lion is another name for puma, cougar, and/or mini lion. The only relation it has to its cousin is that it is in the Felidae Family.
If mountain lions are removed from a natural park type of setting, and we are assuming that the lions are the sole predator of the deer in the area, then what you would see is an increase in the deer population. As long as there are enough resources in the park setting (food, water, space, mates, et…c.,) then the population will continue to rise until they begin to run out of resources. The deer will probably rather quickly overpopulate the area, and will strip the park of the resources that they need to survive, so the population will crash. Most likely the park service that manages the area will allow some hunting of the deer in order to control the population. This is actually a very common practice since the natural predators of deer are not too common in most parts of the US at least, and so hunting of the deer is allowed to keep them from overpopulating and starving to death. ( Full Answer )
i have one myself and yes they are. . . they are very loyal but in the USA you must have a permit in order to own one. . . i also have 3 wolf hybrids. . . same process but the time it takes to get a permit can make months. . . even YEARS to complete.
St. Bernards aren't built to be lion hunters or killers, but it certainly would be difficult for a cougar to easily kill such a large, powerful dog, and a dog that will turn around and attack right back in attempt to protect its owner.
Yes if it needs to.If a mountain lion comes in a male cheetah's territory the cheetah will kill it. A female cheetah will fight with the mountain lion in order to save it's cubs.
No. Any other questions about lions, I'll answer. If u want more info, tell me. haha
A mountain lion does not only kill for it's food. If it's old or injured it will look for animals that are already dead. But if it can't find any, it looks for weak animals.
There is a high chance that the dog will either die or be seriously injured. Cougars go for the neck whenever they attack from ambush, and a dog has a poor chance of survival unless it has some lucky chance that it gets away before the cougar lands on it or it's a large dog that's large enough to fi…ght it off. Whatever the case, it's highly likely your dog will not survive. ( Full Answer )
That is a trick question, if the fight were to be near a lake or forest, the bear would win. If the fight were to take place up in a rocky place, the mountain lion would win. if the fight were to be in a lake, the crocodile would win.
Short answer: They're of different species and live on separate parts of the world. More info: A cougar (Puma concolor) is also known as puma, mountain lion, mountain cat, catamount or panther. These species live in the Americas. They extend from Yukon in Canada to the Andes in South America. …A cougar doesn't have a mane. A lion (Panthera leo) lives in Saharan parts of Africa and Asia. They're very well known for the male having a long and thick mane around it's head and shoulders. ( Full Answer )
uh yes they will. They prefer the element of surprise and when they do hunt down a human, they bite the head and break the neck with the bottom fangs and the top fangs pierce the skull.
Probably the same thing anything that's not native to or properly equipped to survive in the desert would do... they'd die.
The mountain lion will win. Because the bear is only big but all big cats can very good fighting.mountain lion is very faster and has enough power.
No. Lions hunting giraffes is predation, not parasitism. Parasitism requires one animal or creature using another animal or creature for its benefit while the used creature suffers. A predator kills a different animal to consume it.