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Press Release 12-020
Domestic Cats, and Wild Bobcats and Pumas, Living in Same Area Have Same Diseases

May bring them into human homes, bridging "infection gap" between people and wildlife

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Photo of a mountain lion taken by a motion-activated camera.

Mountain lion photographed by a motion-activated camera, Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado.

Credit: Jesse Lewis, Colorado State University


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Photo of a bobcat with cottontail rabbit taken with a motion-activated camera.

Bobcat with cottontail rabbit on a motion-activated camera at the Colorado Front Range.

Credit: Jesse Lewis, Colorado State University


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Photo of a domestic cat taken by a motion-activated camera.

Domestic cat photographed on a motion-activated camera, Colorado Front Range.

Credit: Jesse Lewis, Colorado State University


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Photo of an immobilized bobcat whose spot pattern helps identify individuals.

Photographing the spot pattern of an immobilized bobcat to help identify individual bobcats.

Credit: Lisa Lyren, U.S. Geological Survey


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Image showing GPS data from bobcats on the Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado.

GPS data from bobcats on the Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado.

Credit: Jesse Lewis, Colorado State University


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Image showing GPS data from bobcats on the Colorado Front Range.

GPS data from bobcats on the Colorado Front Range.

Credit: Jesse Lewis, Colorado State University


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