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Rehabilitated Florida panther FP224 — one of four competitors in the "Feline Four" round of Mountain Lion Madness — is shown being released into the wild in 2014 at Green Glades West, Everglades. Photos Courtesy National Park Service and Save LA Cougars
P-63, the reigning champ of Mountain Lion Madness, is back to claim their title over out-of-town competitor FP224.
P-33 is the first recorded cat to leave the Santa Monica Mountains by crossing the 101 Freeway.
P-64, who was found dead last year following the Woolsey Fire, also is in the competition.
The bracket competition went live two weeks ago, with voting in the “The Feline Four Round 3” ending at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1.
Lauren Coughlin, Editor
9:22 am PDT April 1, 2020
P-22 may occupy a prestigious spot as “the cat that changed America,” but the king of the Santa Monica Mountains has temporarily bowed down to allow fellow mountain lions to make a run for the top spot in #MountainLionMadness.