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Learning to Live in Mountain Lion Country

October 6, 2011

image of a lion Photographs and videos captured by remote wildlife cameras confirm that mountain lions make regular visits to the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford Univesity's 1,189-acre field research site in the hills 5 miles west of the main campus. Full Story

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