VICTIM—P-30 was found dead at Topanga State Park, with no injury. Courtesy of NPS
Poison commonly used to kill rodents and pests has been linked to the death of two more mountain lions in the Santa Monica Mountains.
A healthy 6-year-old male known as P-30 and a female, P-53, died from the effects of anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning, the National Park Service said.
On Sept. 9, NPS biologists hiked into Topanga State Park to look for P-30 after his radio collar sent out a mortality sig...
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