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Although mountains lions persist in Los Angeles, they mostly keep clear of urban areas—even fairly green areas, like golf courses and cemeteries. In the featured article of the November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, the authors study the behavior of mountain lions in this megacity.
Other articles look at the genetics of wild pigs in Texas, pathogen risk for Cape buffalo, duck diet during spring migrations and more.
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