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  • Meet the man who wounded P-45, the celebrity mountain lion of Malibu

    Wendell Phillips, a former Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy, describes the night last year he shot and wounded P-45, a cougar that brought badly needed genetics to an isolated pocket of mountain lions outside of Malibu.

Wendell Phillips, a former Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy, describes the night last year he shot and wounded P-45, a cougar that brought badly needed genetics to an isolated pocket of mountain lions outside of Malibu. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee
Wendell Phillips, a former Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy, describes the night last year he shot and wounded P-45, a cougar that brought badly needed genetics to an isolated pocket of mountain lions outside of Malibu. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee

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