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What animals live in the Piedmont region?

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Asked by narendra sharma, 23 May '13 02:39 pm
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The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects
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The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects

The Timber Rattlesnake lives in forests. It eats rodents, rabbits, squirrels, but birds, and other snakes, lizards, and frogs may be eaten. Its predators are bobcats, coyotes, skunks, and snake-eating snakes.

The White-tailed Deer is found in all habitats, from high mountain forests to coastal marshes. It is mainly found in areas a which have a mix of forest, old fields and active crop lands. The White-tailed Deer eats leaves, buds, twigs, acorns, fruits, and mushrooms
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The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects

The Timber Rattlesnake lives in forests. It eats rodents, rabbits, squirrels, but birds, and other snakes, lizards, and frogs may be eaten. Its predators are bobcats, coyotes, skunks, and snake-eating snakes.

The White-tailed Deer is found in all habitats, from high mountain forests to coastal marshes. It is mainly found in areas a which have a mix of forest, old fields and active crop lands. The White-tailed Deer eats leaves, buds, twigs, acorns, fruits, and mushrooms
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The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects

The Timber Rattlesnake lives in forests. It eats rodents, rabbits, squirrels, but birds, and other snakes, lizards, and frogs may be eaten. Its predators are bobcats, coyotes, skunks, and snake-eating snakes.

The White-tailed Deer is found in all habitats, from high mountain forests to coastal marshes. It is mainly found in areas a which have a mix of forest, old fields and active crop lands. The White-tailed Deer eats leaves, buds, twigs, acorns, fruits, and mushrooms
Answered by iqbal seth, 20 Jul '13 07:52 am

 
  
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Many animals live in the Piedmont regions, such as the Raccoons that can be found all over Georgia! They live in forests and coastal areas. With all of the changes in Georgia's habitat raccoons have adapted to the environment. When people move in, habitats become smaller or disappear. Raccoons eats fruit, acorns and insects, vegetables from your garbage or thrown out dog food.

The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects
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The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects
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The Great Horned Owl is the largest owl of the southern United States. Its "horns" are really small ears. It lives in wooded areas. It hunts during the night. It eats small mammals (especially rabbits and rodents), birds, some fish and insects

The Timber Rattlesnake lives in forests. It eats rodents, rabbits, squirrels, but birds, and other snakes, lizards, and frogs may be eaten. Its predators are bobcats, coyotes, skunks, and snake-eating snakes.

The White-tailed Deer is found in all habitats, from high mountain forests to coastal marshes. It is mainly found in areas a which have a mix of forest, old fields and active crop lands. The White-tailed Deer eats leaves, buds, twigs, acorns, fruits, and mushrooms.

The Opossum is nocturnal. It is also an omnivore. An opossums diet includes, fruits, berries, insects, crayfish, small rodents, carrion (dead animal flesh), and even human garbage.

The White-Tailed Deer is the smallest deer in North America.

The Red Fox hunts alone ...more
Answered by Stone Heart, 23 May '13 02:43 pm

 
  
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