nservation efforts can be applied elsewhere. Of course, the opposite is also possible: India’s handling of the tiger situation could be an example of how not to save an endangered species.
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Baby Black Rhino
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Gorilla Mother And Son
A 15-year-old female mountain gorilla holds her five month old son at the Kahuzi Biega Nature Park in Democratic Republic of Congo in May 2004. Only 700 mountain gorillas are left in the world, and over half live in central Africa.
A group of African penguins gather near a pond at a conservation site in Cape Town, South Africa. Birdlife International say the African penguin is edging closer to extinction.
Endangered Tiger Cubs
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