The ocelot is still on the endangered species list according to earthsendangered.com. The website also explains the few areas where ocelots can be found.
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As of February 2010, Ocelots are on the verge of extinction in the U.S., where they are found in some southern U.S. states. Biologists that research and count ocelots think that the current population stands at no more than 40 cats.
Even though environmental conservationists are sure about the endangerment status of ocelot, no organization has reliable information about the actual ocelot population. In fact, different data suggest varied number of ocelots in the wild.
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