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Deer live in mixed forests habitats, on wooded farmlands and even in suburban areas of established cities. In winter they take to coniferous forests for shelter. Deer are a prey species, providing food for coyotes, bobca...

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The polar bear's ecological niche is that of a specialized predator of seals. Polar bears are the most carnivorous (meat eaters) of all the bear species, and their diet mainly consists of ringed seals and larger bearded ...

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The gray wolf, the largest canine species in the world, is a keystone predator in northern areas that eats big, hoofed animals such as moose, elk, bison, deer and caribou. They live in the northern hemisphere of America,...

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Areas on the map that are deer hunting zones are forest legacy conservation areas, wildlife management areas, state forests, scientific and natural areas, and federally managed wetlands and their surrounding uplands. Hun...

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White-tailed deer live in meadows and forests, and they have poor adaptations for snow, whereas reindeer live in cold areas and have special split hooves for walking on ice and snow. Both male and female reindeer also ha...

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The natural habitats for deer are woodlands, river bottomlands, forest edges, plains, swamps, meadows and farmland. Deer can survive in many different types of habitats as long as there is vegetation and water nearby.

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The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources notes that Chinese water deer are threatened by poaching and destruction of their natural habitats. Chinese water deer are listed as vulnerable on ...

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