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Common animals that live throughout all the state include raccoons, weasels, otters, beavers, hawks, lizards, owls, coyotes, skunks, snakes, cougars, black bears, deers, squirrels and whales.

https://www.kcet.org/redefine/6-cool-animals-that-live-only-in-california

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Wolfs, foxes etc.

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Seen almost all of these in my time in Wyoming. Sure have some nice Elk living here. Some pretty wild country still around here.

Home to more than 100 mammal species and 400 species of birds, Wyoming's wild residents include bison, mountain lions, wolverines, bobcats, grizzly bears, black bears, elk, moose, deer and pronghorn antelope, as well as wild horses. Many of Wyoming's wildlife reside in our state and national parks, national forests, national wilderness areas and wildlife refuges. 

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Lots!  Depending upon which part of California you visit, you might encounter raccoons, weasels, otters, beavers, hawks, lizards, owls, coyotes, skunks, opossums, snakes, cougars, black bears, deer, squirrels, dolphins and whales .... etc. :)

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In my immediate neighborhood, just squirrels, chipmunks, raccoons, opossums, wild turkeys, ducks, geese, and a big nuisance, deer. I say a nuisance because deer frequently run out in front of moving cars at night, and of course they carry deer ticks, which spread Lyme disease.

Fortunately, no wolves or bears, which can be found in other parts of the state.


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Bears help to stabilize the deer population but won't you get afraid of it? I heard that deer kills more people than bears, not sure whether it is true.

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Dan my first thought was to ask you how much time you have to read my answer, because I was born in the great forests of Washington State and historically, they ALL live here...everything from grizzly bears and wolves to cougar and lynx...

But then I was thinking about my twelve years on Mt. Baker, in the Cascade Mountains of northern Washington State, 17 miles from the Canadian border (as the crow flies). And how when I took up residence there in 1998, you would hear coyotes howling virtually every night. But when I left in 2010, you never heard them at all. The grizzly were long gone, and even the black bear could not come down low enough in spring, after awakening from hibernation, to find enough to eat among all the human habitation on that mountain now, and were starving.

Well, your question made me feel sorrowful, and that is not what you intended...

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Maybe because of climate change, hope they are living in the Canadian side.

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We have bear, wolf, fox, moose, deer, reindeer, common weasel (photo), beaver, otter, hedgehog, badger, muskox, wolverine, lynx and several other wild animals in Norway.

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You live in Norway? One of the best Devs I work with is from Norway. We speak through Skype and Linx almost every day. Very talented young man.

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Oh, that's cool!

Yeah, I live in Bergen, Norway.

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