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Two bears, mountain lion visit Monrovia neighborhood

Residents in Monrovia were on edge Monday after two bears and a large mountain lion were spotted in the area.

The two large brown bears seen roaming a neighborhood near Norumbega Road may have been a mother and her cub, KTLA-TV reported. Several large garbage cans were knocked over where the animals were likely looking for food.

A short time later, a large mountain lion was spotted on Ridgeside Drive.

No one was hurt, and the animals quickly returned to the wilderness.


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