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P-23 mountain lion killed on Malibu Canyon Road

The Santa Monica Mountains cougar known as P-23 was found dead near Malibu Canyon Road recently, where she appears to have been struck by a vehicle, according to the National Park Service. “We’ve been tracking P-23 since she was just a few weeks old and have documented her dispersal from her mom,...
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