Congressional Reps Call for Stamp Honoring P-22


Washington D.C. - A group of Congressional Representatives is pushing for a new stamp honoring P-22, the famous mountain lion who roams the streets of Los Angeles. The stamp, if approved, would feature a picture of P-22 and highlight the importance of preserving urban wildlife.

P-22 has become a symbol of resilience and adaptation, as the big cat has managed to thrive in the heart of one of the largest cities in the world. The mountain lion was first discovered in the Griffith Park area of Los Angeles in 2012 and has since become a popular attraction among wildlife enthusiasts.

The congressional representatives behind the proposal believe that a stamp honoring P-22 would raise awareness about the challenges faced by urban wildlife and the importance of preserving their habitats. In a joint statement, they said, "P-22's story highlights the need for us to coexist with our wildlife neighbors and protect the precious ecosystems that sustain them."

The proposed stamp is part of a larger effort by conservation groups and wildlife advocates to promote wildlife protection and habitat preservation. If approved, it would join a list of other stamps honoring wildlife, such as the American Bald Eagle and the Grey Wolf.

The proposal has already received support from several environmental organizations, including the National Wildlife Federation and the Sierra Club. "We're thrilled to see this effort to raise awareness about the importance of urban wildlife and their habitats," said a spokesperson for the National Wildlife Federation.

The proposal is now being reviewed by the U.S. Postal Service and is expected to make its way through the approval process in the coming months. If approved, the stamp honoring P-22 could be available as early as next year.

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