VICTIMS—Bobcat B-372, left, and mountain lion P-76 died earlier this year from anticoagulant poison.
Amid the backdrop of a pending state law that ups the ban on rodenticides in California, the National Park Service reports a female bobcat and a male mountain lion died earlier this year in the local mountains due to anticoagulant rat poison.
It’s only the second time in the 24-year history of park service animal tracking that a bobcat has died from the poison. The adult female cat, B-372, ...
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