Pumas are opportunistic and will eat a large variety of other animals, including moose, elk, deer, rabbits, birds, or pretty much anything else they can catch. They are well known for eating deer when it is available.
When they catch a larger prey animal, they hide it or cover it with brush and then eat from it for as many days as they can. A single deer might last about a week.
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