A mountain lion roamed several miles from his natural habitat to an urban area of Los Angeles, where he ended up in the yard of a high school
Californian Mountain Lion
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Californian mountain lion
Students at John F. Kennedy High School in Los Angeles got an unusual visitor on Friday when a mountain lion began prowling around the premises during lunch break, causing teachers and students to secure themselves inside the building.

The police and wildlife officers were called and the lion, though to be two to three years old, was shot with a tranquilizer dart. He was later returned to the wilderness of the Santa Susana mountain range, north of Los Angeles.