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Scientist at work: Endangered ocelots and their genetic diversity may benefit from artificial insemination

By Ashley Reeves, DVM, PhD Candidate in Comparative and Experimental Medicine, University of Tennessee
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There are so few wild ocelots in the US that the cats are becoming inbred, with a bad prognosis for their ultimate survival. But researchers are perfecting ways to get new genes into the population.The Conversation

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