Long-distance cat: A mountain lion (not this one) made a 1,500-mile migration from the Black Hills to Connecticut before being killed when hit by a car
Long-distance cat: A mountain lion (not this one) made a 1,500-mile migration from the Black Hills to Connecticut before being killed when hit by a carCourtesy US Dept. of Agriculture
Remember the police dashcam video of a mountain lion roaming through a Twin Cities suburb two years ago? It was shown on all the local news programs. The same cat was killed when hit by a car in Connecticut last month. DNA samples from the mountain lion's hair confirm the match. The cat has been traced to the Black Hills region of South Dakota, giving it a 1,500-mile migration over two years.

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