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Acadia National Park preserves much of Mount Desert Island, and associated smaller islands, off the Atlantic coast of Maine.
The park is home to some 40 different species of mammalian wildlife. Among these are red and gray squirrels, chipmunks, white-tailed deer, moose, beaver, porcupine, muskrats, foxes, coyote, bobcats, and black bears. Species that used to inhabit the island include the mountain lion (or puma) and the gray wolf. It is thought that these predators have been forced to leave the area due to the dramatic decrease in small prey and proximity to human activity. Many other marine species have been observed in the surrounding area and waters.
this shot has been taken over one of the characteristic rock formation on the shoreline of the island.

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