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MEET THE PEOPLE PET VET DR. EVAN ANTIN An Animal Doc with a Wild Side

HE LOVES CATS AND DOGS—BUT HIS HEART BELONGS TO EXOTIC ANIMALS AND PLACES
Meeting an African serval named Mondo at the Animal Tracks wildlife education center in California.

IT’S A GOOD THING Evan Antin has understanding parents. Growing up outside Kansas City, Kans., “I was always going to the creek in my backyard and looking for insects and turtles and reptiles,” he says. “I’d take home what I found—a box turtle or water

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