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11 April 11
Fishing Cat kittens at the the Cincinnati Zoo.
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden helped to initiate the first  comprehensive ecological study of wild fishing cats in Southeast Asia  beginning in 2003. With continued support from the Cincinnati Zoo and  other AZA-accredited institutions, Thai biologist Passanan Cutter has  been assessing the status of wild fishing cats in Sam Roi Yot National  Park in southern Thailand. In the past six months, she has obtained  camera trap photographs of 15 individual fishing cats and placed radio  collars on seven cats for ecological monitoring. More information about  this exciting project may be found here.

Fishing Cat kittens at the the Cincinnati Zoo.

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden helped to initiate the first comprehensive ecological study of wild fishing cats in Southeast Asia beginning in 2003. With continued support from the Cincinnati Zoo and other AZA-accredited institutions, Thai biologist Passanan Cutter has been assessing the status of wild fishing cats in Sam Roi Yot National Park in southern Thailand. In the past six months, she has obtained camera trap photographs of 15 individual fishing cats and placed radio collars on seven cats for ecological monitoring. More information about this exciting project may be found here.

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    fishing cats :3
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    This is my zoo, i need to go see these kittens.
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