Moving Endangered Wildlife to Save Them

Moving Endangered Wildlife to Save Them

The population of wild reindeer in the United States had, according to The Washington Post, dwindled down to one last female roaming between Canada, Idaho and northeastern Washington state. In an effort to save her from perishing alone in the wilderness, wildlife managers in British captured the female and now have her in captivity with three other “reindeer refugees,” where they hope she will be able to survive.

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