Mountain Lion Sightings Rattle Iowans Mountain lions are finding their way into Iowa after disappearing from the state decades ago. Scientists say fewer than two dozen exist in the state, but hundreds of people are sure they've spotted one. Wildlife experts say Iowa is suffering from "puma paranoia." Iowa Public Radio's Joyce Russell reports.
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Mountain Lion Sightings Rattle Iowans

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Mountain Lion Sightings Rattle Iowans

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Mountain Lion Sightings Rattle Iowans

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Mountain lions are finding their way into Iowa after disappearing from the state decades ago. Scientists say fewer than two dozen exist in the state, but hundreds of people are sure they've spotted one. Wildlife experts say Iowa is suffering from "puma paranoia." Iowa Public Radio's Joyce Russell reports.