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Mountain Lion

While there are still several thousand mountain lions in the wild, their population has significantly decreased from their historical population due to unsustainable hunting, habitat destruction, and conflicts with livestock. In conservation they are also called umbrella species because they depend on the preservation of large amounts of habitat, 13 times as much area as a black bear or 40 times as much area as a bobcat to thrive. Adopt today and help make a difference!

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Each Symbolic adoption = a tree will be planted in your name

Scientists believe that higher temperatures sparked by climate change pushed animals beyond the tipping point making them more vulnerable. If temperatures remain high, many more species may disappear altogether. That's why the National Wildlife Federation's Wildlife created the Symbolic Wild Animal Adoption program because your support directly can help our efforts to reduce climate-change pollution, restore habitats in America's forests, wetlands, grasslands, waterways and coasts to sustaining wildlife populations.
You will help protect America's precious wildlife and habitats with your adoption.

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Scientists believe that higher temperatures sparked by climate change pushed animals beyond the tipping point making them more vulnerable. If temperatures remain high, many more species may disappear altogether. That's why the National Wildlife Federation's Wildlife created the Symbolic Wild Animal Adoption program because your support directly can help our efforts to reduce climate-change pollution, restore habitats in America's forests, wetlands, grasslands, waterways and coasts to sustaining wildlife populations.

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