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WildLIFE: Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation in Chillán, Chile

Second year student Lauren Johnson spent 10 weeks in Chillán, Chile with support from Cornell’s Expanding Horizons program, researching milk quality at dairy farms in the region. While she was there, she also spent time at the University of Concepción’s Center for the Rescue and Rehabilitation of Wildlife, which provides medical care and rehabilitation for native Chilean wildlife, with the end goal of releasing the animals back into the wild.

She tells her story in WildLIFE, a new, student-run resource for prospective applicants and current veterinary students to share and learn about the amazing opportunities in zoo and wildlife medicine at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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