'California Mountain Lions,' Episode 7: Human Interaction
Mountain lions are learning to adapt to our increasing presence in nature, which sometimes results in the depredation of domestic animals and a grim ending for both parties. "California Mountain Lions" is an eight-episode web miniseries illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. These videos are meant to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what can be done to prevent their decline in California.
Credit: Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center at the UC-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in partnership with the Mountain Lion Foundation and Cougar Connection
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