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Steve Griffin, a wildlife biologist with South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks, weighs a 71-pound female mountain lion brought in by hunter Dave Woodcock on March 25 in Rapid City. The hunting season opened Thursday and runs through March, unless a harvest limit of 75 mountain lions or 50 females is reached earlier. (AP photo)

Snow helps Black Hills mountain lion hunters, GF&P

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RAPID CITY (AP) — A snow cover in the Black Hills should help mountain lion hunters and the biologists who manage the big cat population.

The season opened Thursday and runs through March, unless a harvest limit of 75 mountain lions or 50 females is reached earlier.

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