Meant to be wild: the struggle to save endangered species through captive breeding
A riveting analysis of one of the most controversial environmental issues of our time, Meant to Be Wild tells the story of the animals that have been taken prisoner out of necessity--and of the scientists who are struggling to restore them to their rightful places in the natural world. Photos. Illus.
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THE WOLVES OF ALLIGATOR RIVER I RETURN TO THE EAST
THE FIRST SPRING
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