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February 9, 2012 11:52 am
Interesting Fact of the day: The Ocelot
Ocelots have small litters size and breed infrequently make them particularly vulnerable to population loss. They are very active, traveling from one to five miles per night, with the males traveling larger than females. These nocturnal animals can also be house pets - if trained correctly (just ask Archer).

Interesting Fact of the day: The Ocelot

Ocelots have small litters size and breed infrequently make them particularly vulnerable to population loss. They are very active, traveling from one to five miles per night, with the males traveling larger than females. These nocturnal animals can also be house pets - if trained correctly (just ask Archer).

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