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How we manage wildlife alongside LA's urban life




A National Park Service photograph of mountain lion P22.
A National Park Service photograph of mountain lion P22.
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After being holed up in the crawl space of a Los Feliz home, mountain Lion P-22 made his way back to the wild on Tuesday.

But his appearance in the residential neighborhood - and the circus that it caused - brought up lots of questions about how we manage wildlife so close to our urban environment.

Seth Riley, a mountain lion expert with the National Parks Service who also teaches at UCLA, tells more.