The Lion as Predator - Agile as a Cat LESSON OVERVIEW In this lesson, students will learn about some key adaptations that make the mountain lion an effective predator. They will do this by comparing the ability of mountain lions to perform certain actions
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Students discuss some key adaptations that make the mountain lion an effective predator. They compare the ability of mountain lions to perform cetrain actions, such as jumping and listening, with the ability of humans to perform the same actions.
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