Woolsey Fire: Wildlife experts trying to track tagged mountain lions amid massive blaze

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Wildlife experts are trying to determine the conditions of the mountain lions amid the Woolsey Fire. (SantaMonicaMtns/Twitter)

Wildlife experts are trying to determine the conditions of tagged mountain lions amid the Woolsey Fire.

The official Twitter account for the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area posted that GPS data confirms 10 of the 13 known mountain lions appear to be alive and moving.

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This means that they're still unsure about three lions: P-74, P-22 and P-42. P-74 has a working collar, but P-22 and P-42 only have the "VHF" function. This means they have to be tracked down in person, which cannot be done due to the fire.

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A lot of people have been concerned about on famous Malibu resident: Stanley the Giraffe, who lives at the Malibu Wine Safari.

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