Scientists Set Out To Make A Dead Wild Ocelot A Father
South Texas is the one place in the U.S. where ocelots breed in the wild. After the death of a male, scientists tried something novel: artificial insemination from a wild ocelot into one at a zoo.
Texas Public Radio's Dominic Anthony Walsh reports they'll know if the effort paid off later this week.
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