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Mountain lion P-45 is suspected of killing 11 alpacas in weekend attacks above Malibu

L.A. Times Tuesday, 29 November 2016
State officials said Monday that a mountain lion known as P-45 is strongly suspected of breaking into two ranches in the hills above Malibu over the weekend and killing nearly a dozen alpacas and a goat.

The owner of one ranch where 10 alpacas were killed secured a special permit Monday to shoot...
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A spokesperson for Fish and Wildlife says it isn't rare for a mountain lion to kill alpacas, but 10 overnight is extreme.

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