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Mountain Lion Hunting Permit Sparks Outrage In Malibu

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News video: Mountain Lion Hunting Permit Sparks Outrage In MalibuMalibu ranch owner Victoria Vaughn-Perling has angered the California community of Malibu by obtaining a rare 10-day permit to shoot and kill a mountain lion that has been killing her livestock. After finding 10 of her alpacas dead over the weekend, Vaughn-Perling requested-and received the permit from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to hunt and kill the mountain lion - dubbed P-45.

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