SAVAGE! Half Of All California Lions Have THIS In Their Stomachs

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on February 16, 2016

 

Too many cats leads to too many problems…

And too many lives lost!

A staggering amount of mountain lions legally killed last year were found to have eaten a domesticated pet, according to a report.

The Department of Fish and Wildlife in California carried out the study, which analyzed the stomach contents of 83 of the 107 mountain lions legally killed under provisions of special permits.

The study found that of the animals successfully analyzed, an unbelievable 52 per cent were found to have eaten a dog, cat or other household pet.

Outdoor Beasts SAVAGE! Half Of All California Lions Have THIS In Their Stomachs

As a contrast, deer, which is considered to be the favored prey of the animal, was only present in the stomach of five per cent, according to SF Gate.

It is believed that deer, which is better suited to living in the wild, is much harder to catch than a domesticated pet.

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