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Posted
2/13/2013
Nature Report: Rare Ocelot (Part III)
Partner: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department



Overview

The last population of endangered ocelots in the United States clings to existence in what's left of thick brush here in the Rio Grande Valley. Richard Moore has an exclusive on how biologists are attempting to learn more about the elusive cats through GPS collars. Part III of Richard Moore's series gives an exclusive look at how biologists are attempting to learn more about the elusive cats through GPS collars.

View Part I of this video series
View Part II of this video series

Last updated: January 13, 2013