PUMA By: Ruffin White
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Physical traits It has sharp teeth and sharp claws to defend them selves from predators.
Behavior adaptations Pumas are solitary Girl pumas mark terretory by scrape marks andurine! They have low pitched hisses and screams
Ecosystem/ Habitat • It lives in Canada to South Africa • They live in open plains and desserts • Pumas live in almost anyclimate
Diet/Food chain • Pumas eat deer,horse,elk,cattle,and sheep. • Puma is a carnivore and a tertiary consumer • Pumas have no predetors but they do eat prey • Its niche is also a tertiary consumer and carnivore
Learned Pumas learn to climb trees Pumas learn to hunt prey Pumas learn to take care of its young Pumas learn how to eat prey Inherited Pumas inherit there hair color Pumas inherit its sharp claws Pumas inherit its sharp teeth Pumas inherit its long tail Learned and inherited traits
FUN FACTS • Pumas can not roar • Other places pumas are called swamp lions • Pumas can jump 18-20 feet into a tree • A puma is capable of killing prey 3 times its weight