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California Scientists Catch 2 Elusive Sierra Nevada Red Foxes

California wildlife biologists have caught two rare Sierra Nevada red foxes in three weeks, a feat they say is a "huge" step to understanding the animal listed as threatened in the state in 1980. A nearly 9-pound (4-kilogram) female walked into a trap this week near Manzanita Lake in Lassen Volcanic National Park. A 10-pound (4-kilogram) male was captured Feb. 13 just outside the park, the Sacramento Bee reported Thursday. Scientists in 2018 intensified their study of the...

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