This Rawlins County trail camera photo from September 2016 proved there was a mountain lion in western Kansas. Proof of more of the big cats in Kansas is hard to find.
This Rawlins County trail camera photo from September 2016 proved there was a mountain lion in western Kansas. Proof of more of the big cats in Kansas is hard to find. Courtesy photo
This Rawlins County trail camera photo from September 2016 proved there was a mountain lion in western Kansas. Proof of more of the big cats in Kansas is hard to find. Courtesy photo

That mountain lion you saw? Probably not a mountain lion – at least in Kansas

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