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January 26, 2014
Times Leader
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THE STATUS of bobcats in Ohio may be changed by the Ohio Wildlife Council in April, but they’ll still be protected. A couple of these wild animals are in the zoo at Columbus. Orphaned ones, such as this little creature, are taken to a rehabilitation center in northern Ohio and are fed by a bottle until they’re older, according to Suzie Prange, state wildlife biologist with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. More information about bobcats is on Page B1.


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