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Toxic fog blamed for dangerously high mercury levels in mountain lions

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 3 December 2019
A surprising culprit has been fingered for very high mercury levels found in mountain lions living near the California coast -- marine fog.
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News video: 'Toxic Fog' May Be Poisoning Some California Mountain Lions

'Toxic Fog' May Be Poisoning Some California Mountain Lions 00:23

A new study found lions living in the Santa Cruz Mountains have three times as much mercury in them as those in other parts of the state.

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