Penn State professor George Perry, left, and Maya Evanitsky search for the best place to take the DNA sample from the skin of a stuffed Eastern mountain lion in the Penn State All-Sports museum to study it in comparison to today's mountain lions.
Penn State professor George Perry, left, and Maya Evanitsky search for the best place to take the DNA sample from the skin of a stuffed Eastern mountain lion in the Penn State All-Sports museum to study it in comparison to today's mountain lions. CDT photo
Penn State professor George Perry, left, and Maya Evanitsky search for the best place to take the DNA sample from the skin of a stuffed Eastern mountain lion in the Penn State All-Sports museum to study it in comparison to today's mountain lions. CDT photo

Penn State researcher explores DNA of Nittany lion

April 13, 2015 07:12 PM