Wild in the City
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Emily Stoeth is a Master Degree candidate at Miami University in the Advanced Inquiry Program—operated in conjunction with Project Dragonfly. She works as the Coordinator of Volunteers at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Queens Zoo in NYC.
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