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  • 1. The African Problem<br />
  • 2. Dedication<br />I dedicate this paper to my mom and dad who helped me with this report. <br />
  • 3. Table of Contents<br />Appearance Page 1<br />Appetite Page 2<br />Habitat Page 3<br />Interesting Facts Page 4<br />
  • 4. Appearance<br />A Mountain Lion is the biggest in the cat family<br />A Mountain Lion is a tan or gray<br />A male is nine feet long<br /> and females are six to seven feet long<br />Males weigh 124 lbs.<br />Females weigh 80 to 100 Lbs<br />
  • 5. Apptite<br />Mountain lions eat deer.<br />Mountains eat elk, people, rabbits, snakes they also eat lizards and mountain lions eat birds too!<br />
  • 6. Habitat<br /><ul><li>Mountain lions are found in the desert.
  • 7. They travel in the desert to find food.
  • 8. Mountain lions live in the rain forest.
  • 9. They live in mountains and the Mexican desert.
  • 10. They live in the mountain holes (caves).
  • 11. Mountain lions live on the sides of the mountains.</li></li></ul><li>Interesting Facts<br /><ul><li>Mountain lions live in holes.
  • 12. It is interesting that they cannot stand on their hind legs.
  • 13. It is interesting they can jump five feet.
  • 14. They travel by paw.
  • 15. A mountain lion digs his paws into the ground before jumping.
  • 16. They usually climb mountains.
  • 17. A mountain lion keeps its babies until it is two years old.</li>

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