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Nature Report: Rare Ocelot (Part I)
Partner: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department


One of the most critically endangered species in the United States is the South Texas ocelot, and biologists are working to find ways to save the Valleys population of secretive cats. Richard Moore has the first in a series of stories highlighting different measures being implemented to save the rare ocelot.

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View Part III of this video series

Last updated: January 13, 2013