Mountain lion kittens
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National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four mountain lion kittens

In August, National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four mountain lion kittens (two male, two female) in a remote area of the Santa Monica Mountains. The mother is P-19.

 (National Park Service)

A remote camera captured this photo of P-19 in the Santa Monica Mountains in April of 2018.

 (National Park Service)

In August, National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four mountain lion kittens (two male, two female) in a remote area of the Santa Monica Mountains. The mother is P-19.

 (National Park Service)

In August, National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four mountain lion kittens (two male, two female) in a remote area of the Santa Monica Mountains. The mother is P-19.

 (National Park Service)

In August, National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four mountain lion kittens (two male, two female) in a remote area of the Santa Monica Mountains. The mother is P-19.

 (National Park Service)

In August, National Park Service researchers discovered a litter of four mountain lion kittens (two male, two female) in a remote area of the Santa Monica Mountains. The mother is P-19.

 (National Park Service)
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