Mountain lion kittens spotted near San Rafael

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (KGO) -- A Bay Area non-profit recently spotted two Mountain Lion Kittens they've been tracking as part of a research project.

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The kittens live near Audubon Canyon Ranch and have survived to 4-months-old.

Their mother was collared with a GPS transmitter in October after she was found in the Glen Ellen-Kenwood area of Sonoma County.

VIDEO: Mountain lion caught on camera dragging deer off Hillsborough porch
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Nature met the suburbs in Hillsborough when a mountain lion dragged a deer off a porch after the owners said it was eating their potted flowers.

Researchers say the average survival rate for young mountain lions is about 50-percent.

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Trails in San Jose's Alum Rock Park are closed after a mountain lion was spotted. This video was taken by a hiker on Thursday, July 6, 2017.

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