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Striped skunk

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Angel Gonzalez

on 9 November 2012

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Transcript of Striped skunk

Striped Skunk Food chain Skunk Habitat Geographic
Distribution All skunks eat a wide variety of foods including insects, small mammals, seeds, carrion, fruits, and other vegetation. mountain lion the skunk is a 15-18ft black animal, who has white line in the middle and a fluffy tale small head ears and legs, long claws to help him dig.
Striped Skunks are largely nocturnal and rarely leave their dens until evening, returning early in the morning. In late fall they become extremely fat. Diet Striped Skunk S.Skunk Seeds & insects They like open areas with a mixture of habitats and live in a variety of areas from riparian canyons to wooded areas. They prefer thick, brushy areas. so they can hide or scape from there attacker and they can find more food resources
They prefer taking shelter in rocky outcrops or under large boulders, but when these are unavailable, skunks choose to den in the abandoned burrows of other animals.

they use there smell to get ride of there predators. you can smell the odor of the skunk from a mile away.! This species is one of our most widespread and common mammals, occurring throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico. All skunks eat a wide variety of foods including insects, small mammals, seeds, carrion, fruits, and other vegetation. Due to the great diversity of habitats in the deserts, all four species of skunks are present.
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