Mountain lions moved less, downsized territory during LA’s pandemic shutdown

Read the full story from the University of Nebraska.

By tracking the whereabouts of 12 mountain lions before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, ecologists have found that the reclusive species, briefly freed of the need to avoid people, adopted an energy-efficient economy of movement during LA’s shutdown in spring 2020.

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