Coyotes typically sleep above ground in a well-covered area. During pup season, however, coyotes often sleep inside of dens in order to protect their young. More »

The most common predators that eat badgers include bobcats, golden eagles, cougars and coyotes. Young badgers are mainly at risk of becoming eaten by these animals. Humans also cause a threat to badgers due to poisoning,... More »

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Skunks are preyed upon by many different species, including pumas, civets, coyotes, foxes, lynx, American badgers and various birds of prey. Skunks defend against predation through warning coloration and the ability to s... More »

The primary predators of coyotes are wolves, though they do not have a predator/prey relationship. Two are in direct competition over prey animals, since both are considered to be at the top of the food chain. More »

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Animals that make their home in deciduous forests include white-tailed deer, bobcats, black bears, lynx and coyotes. The deciduous forest environment also provides a habitat for smaller creatures, such as owls, skunks, w... More »

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Predators of the raccoon include bobcats, coyotes, great horned owls and cougars. Depending upon location, they are also consumed by eagle owls, wolves and lynxes. Some humans also trap and eat raccoon, and one raccoon c... More »

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Predators of adult raccoon include bobcats, coyotes, cougars and domestic dogs. Young raccoons are preyed upon by eagles and large owls. Raccoons also die at the hands of trappers and hunters or from encounters with vehi... More »