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ocelot viewing

May 6, 2019

ocelot viewing
Arizona Docent, 6 May 2019
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      On the far right is main glass viewing. In the middle is a small glass window that looks into a den when the ocelot chooses to climb into it. On the left are doors that have been locked closed for at least the last two years. Prior to this they were always open as there is an excellent harp wire viewing window that you can see behind the doors. The male that was on exhibit did not do well with crowds and the doors have been locked for his benefit. There is now a young female on exhibit (photo here: young female ocelot - ZooChat ) who seems to be doing much better and it is hoped the doors will soon be opened once again. These closed doors also block the harpwire viewing for the exhibit on the left (just out of frame in this photo) which housed a porcupine but is currently empty since the porcupine moved to a different area.
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