Does Death Valley have a wild **** problem?

Popular Science | 10/18/2019 | Staff
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In order for this kind of natural check on burros to work, Lundgren points out, lion populations have to be healthy. In some areas of Nevada where burro populations are skyrocketing, mountain lions are shot at a certain age to protect bighorn sheep or livestock, he adds, meaning that cubs often don't have exposure to more challenging prey. The young...
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