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    Two of three mountain lion kittens being recorded by researchers at a preserve in Sonoma County have survived to four months. The Audubon Canyon Ranch research team videotaped two of the kittens from a distance earlier this year when they were 10 days old. The den was found in the Glen Ellen-Kenwood area of Sonoma County. The cubs are the first offspring found as part of the study. Now the kittens are four months old.

Two of three mountain lion kittens being recorded by researchers at a preserve in Sonoma County have survived to four months. The Audubon Canyon Ranch research team videotaped two of the kittens from a distance earlier this year when they were 10 days old. The den was found in the Glen Ellen-Kenwood area of Sonoma County. The cubs are the first offspring found as part of the study. Now the kittens are four months old. Audubon Canyon Ranch
Two of three mountain lion kittens being recorded by researchers at a preserve in Sonoma County have survived to four months. The Audubon Canyon Ranch research team videotaped two of the kittens from a distance earlier this year when they were 10 days old. The den was found in the Glen Ellen-Kenwood area of Sonoma County. The cubs are the first offspring found as part of the study. Now the kittens are four months old. Audubon Canyon Ranch

Video proves that two of three cute mountain lion kittens surviving at four months

August 03, 2017 11:32 AM

UPDATED August 05, 2017 03:16 PM

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