(WILDLIFE/BABY ANIMALS/CUTE ANIMAL VIDEO) The Santa Susana Mountains–part of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area–welcomed a total of five mountain lion kittens last month. National Park Service researchers discovered two litters of the kittens: P-48 and P-49, are both female and were born to mom P-35, while the other litter is comprised of P-50 (male), P-51 (female) and P-52 (male), born to mom P-39. In both cases, P-38 is suspected to be the father. Mountain lions in the area face many challenges, from roads to rat poison, so the fate of these five kittens will be monitored very closely. — Global Animal

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