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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.

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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. Audubon Canyon Ranch

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UPDATED August 05, 2017 03:16 PM

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