Deceased Wild Ocelot With a Chance to Be a Father in the Future

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Dr. Ashley Reeves, a University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine graduate and Comparative and Experimental Ph.D. student, is part of the team working to assist with the conservation of wild Texas ocelots, a fragmented, highly endangered population consisting of just 60-80 individuals. Dr. Deb Miller, director of the Center for Wildlife Health at UT Institute of Agriculture, is Dr. Reeves’s mentor.

The full news release from Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens is available here.