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Which of the following would NOT be considered an edge species?
White-tailed deer, which can forage in open fields, agricultural lands, forests, and urban areas
Gray squirrel, which has adapted to urban environments with patches of forests
Raccoon, which originally inhabited deciduous forests, but have extended their range to mountainous areas, coastal marshes, and especially urban areas.
Wild turkey, which require large tracts of forests to maintain breeding territories
Coyotes, which can thrive in a variety of natural and urban habitats, from prairies to broken forests