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Malibu, USA - September 5, 2008: A view inside the Getty Villa in Malibu, California. The Getty Villa in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, USA, is one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Getty Villa is an educational center and museum dedicated to the study of the arts and cultures of ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria. The collection has 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities dating from 6,500 BC to 400 AD, including the Lansdowne Heracles and the Victorious Youth. The UCLA/Getty Master’s Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation is housed on this campus. The collection is documented and presented through the online GettyGuide as well as through audio tours.

Malibu, USA - September 5, 2008: A view inside the Getty Villa in Malibu, California. The Getty Villa in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, USA, is one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Getty Villa is an educational center and museum dedicated to the study of the arts and cultures of ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria. The collection has 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities dating from 6,500 BC to 400 AD, including the Lansdowne Heracles and the Victorious Youth. The UCLA/Getty Master’s Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation is housed on this campus. The collection is documented and presented through the online GettyGuide as well as through audio tours.

This mountain lion looks at the camera as it climbs the hills near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. There are only two megacities with big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls in the rain above Santa Monica Bay.as raindrops form on my camera lens. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion faces the camera for his close-up as it climbs the hills near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. There are only two megacities with big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

As a wildfire near the Getty Museum in 2019 erupted, this cougar tried to stay ahead of it. Visible in the distance you can see Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls the hills near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This young cougar looks into the light as it emerges from the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This cougar cub and protective mother relax in the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion chases the moon above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls above Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls the hills near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This mountain lion prowls the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific Ocean. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

This Cougar Cub and Mother rise above the Secret Canyon near Los Angeles. Mountain lions are also known as cougars and pumas. There are only two megacities with urban big cats - Mumbai and Los Angeles. The cougar in this picture lives in the Santa Monica Mountains and is surrounded by deadly freeways along with other wildlife such as foxes, bobcats, deer and increasingly, people. The world’s largest wildlife crossing (The Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing) is helping these animals survive by giving them interconnectivity to improve their genetic diversity.

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