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4 to Watch: Bobcat Who Survived Fire Gives Birth to Four Kittens

Four bobcat kittens are safe and sound after their mother, displaced by a wildfire, found a new den for the family



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    One of four bobcat kittens found in a Southern California den.

    Researchers were pleased to find a litter of four kittens inside the den of a bobcat who made it through November's Woolsey fire. In the name of research and cuteness, they took a lot of photos.

    It's one of the stories we're featuring today.  

    Bobcat Who Survived the Woolsey Fire Gives Birth to Four Kittens

    A young bobcat captured and collared by researchers a day before a wildfire that burned from Ventura County to the Malibu coast has given birth to four kittens. The mother, displaced when the Woolsey fire burned her habitat, found a new den in which to raise the kittens. Click here for photos from researchers' visit to the den.

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