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Why Juvenile Mountain Lion Attacks May Occur

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Why Juvenile Mountain Lion Attacks May Occur

Why Juvenile Mountain Lion Attacks May Occur

According to Business Insider, "In February, a jogger was attacked by a mountain lion outside Fort Collins, Colorado.

He killed the animal, which a necropsy revealed to be only 4 months old." This isn't the only juvenile mountain lion attack this year.

A seven year old was bitten in British Columbia.

Wildlife experts say these juvenile attacks may have been inspired by the hunting of mountain lions.

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