A volunteer carries a cardboard cutout of mountain lion P-22 during the groundbreaking ceremony for the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing in Agoura Hills, Calif., in April.
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The mountain lion known as P-22, photographed in November 2014 in the Griffith Park area near downtown Los Angeles, is undergoing health evaluations after being captured on Monday.
U.S. National Park Service via AP
A mountain lion known as P-22 was recaptured in March by National Park Service biologists and treated for mange. Wildlife officials believe the cougar's ill health is the result of exposure to rat poison.
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