Rat poison killed the mountain lion known as P-34

“Encounters between rats and mountain lions generally have predictable outcomes. The prey dies so that the predator can live. But as civilization continues t…”From: exposingthebiggame.wordpress.com

GR:  Poisons that businesses and homeowners place outdoors kill dogs, cats, and numerous wildlife species.  The domestic pets are collateral damage in humanity’s war on wildlife.  Most people do not wish to coexist with wildlife; instead, they attempt to eradicate all life in their vicinity.  Perhaps this is because we do not know or understand the needs of other species, and we choose the simpler option of eradication over investigation.

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