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  • Cuesta College teacher, students assemble mountain lion skeleton

    Cuesta College biology professor Ron Ruppert and several students reassembled the bones of a young mountain lion killed by a car on Highway 1. The skeleton is now on display in the college's biology lab. Here, Ruppert and student Delaney DeBoer discuss the project Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016.

Cuesta College biology professor Ron Ruppert and several students reassembled the bones of a young mountain lion killed by a car on Highway 1. The skeleton is now on display in the college's biology lab. Here, Ruppert and student Delaney DeBoer discuss the project Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. Nick Wilson nwilson@thetribunenews.com
Cuesta College biology professor Ron Ruppert and several students reassembled the bones of a young mountain lion killed by a car on Highway 1. The skeleton is now on display in the college's biology lab. Here, Ruppert and student Delaney DeBoer discuss the project Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. Nick Wilson nwilson@thetribunenews.com

Cuesta College students learn anatomy assembling mountain lion skeleton

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