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Four Solitary California Mountain Lions Caught on Camera Traveling Together [VIDEO]

It’s well known that mountain lions are solitary creatures that cover hundreds and even thousands of miles.

Mountain lion territories are amongst the greatest in size of any mammal that survives today. However, this abnormal sighting of four of them traveling together was captured on camera and has been posted for the world to see.

To most they are ghosts, pictures from a book, and an always questioned story. This YouTube user however, spends his time and energy devoted to running cameras in remote wilderness areas for videos just like this. Robert Martinez runs a channel dubbed “Parliament Of Owls,” in which you’ll find videos of bears, deer, bobcats, and other cats.

Martinez wants to raise awareness and protect their legacy by doing this and posting these videos for all to see.

Whether it’s a female with a large litter or a group of lions tolerating each other for just a few minutes, this traveling pack will live on in infamy.

Witnessing one lion is tough enough to do, but four together may not be topped.

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Four Solitary California Mountain Lions Caught on Camera Traveling Together [VIDEO]