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A European barn owl (Tyto alba alba) on the right and an American barn owl (Tyto alba pranticola) on the left at the Raptor Recovery Center, Nebraska.

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A European barn owl (Tyto alba alba) at the Raptor Recovery Center, Nebraska.

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The endangered black-footed ferret was saved from extinction through captive breeding programs, like this one in Sybille Canyon, WY.

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Endangered Florida panther caught in the wild with a cameratrap at the Florida Panther NWR near Naples, Florida. This panther is suffering from mange and ringworm as a result of inbreeding within the small population. Upon seeing the animal, biologists remarked on how good it looked compared to the last time they radio-collared it.

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Endangered Florida panther caught in the wild with a cameratrap at the Florida Panther NWR near Naples, Florida. This panther is suffering from mange and ringworm as a result of inbreeding within the small population. Upon seeing the animal, biologists remarked on how good it looked compared to the last time they radio-collared it.

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Endangered Florida panther caught in the wild with a cameratrap at the Florida Panther NWR near Naples, Florida. This panther is suffering from mange and ringworm as a result of inbreeding within the small population. Upon seeing the animal, biologists remarked on how good it looked compared to the last time they radio-collared it.

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Endangered Florida panther caught in the wild with a cameratrap at the Florida Panther NWR near Naples, Florida.

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Endangered Florida panther caught in the wild with a cameratrap at the Florida Panther NWR near Naples, Florida. This panther is suffering from mange and ringworm as a result of inbreeding within the small population. Upon seeing the animal, biologists remarked on how good it looked compared to the last time they radio-collared it.

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