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BRI's own Dr. Michelle Kneeland visited the Belize Zoo as part of the Center for Engaged Learning Abroad (CELA) and "put her good talents to work." Dr. Kneeland was able to conduct microscopy studies on fecal matter to assess gastrointestinal health, treat a pelican (named Zippy) for an eye infection, and observe a diversity of animals at the wildlife education center.
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