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African Adventure

Martha Cline is a third-year veterinary student, due to graduate in 2010, at UT Knoxville.

“This picture was taken at the Mokolodi Nature Reserve in Botswana just outside of the capital, Gaborone,” she wrote. “I was in Africa this summer (2008) for six weeks working on a research project under the direction of Dr. Stephen Kania. I was actually working out of the University of Pretoria, Faculty of Veterinary Science in Pretoria, South Africa.

“My trip to Botswana was a weekend excursion. We went to Mokolodi to meet Dr. Kyle Good who is the project veterinarian for ‘Cheetah Conservation, Botswana.’ She introduced me to two very tame cheetahs (obviously) who are used for educational purposes.

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