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    • Red Wolf

    • Mammals; Endangered species; wildlife; animal; vertical; carnivore; canine; wolves
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    • African Lion

    • male; Mammals; wildlife; Africa; carnivore; Predators
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    • Gray Fox

    • wildlife; animals; Mammals; Predators; carnivore
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    • African Lion

    • female; lioness; Africa; Mammals; wildlife; Predators; carnivore
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    • Florida Panther

    • Endangered species; wildlife; animals; Mammals; Predators; carnivore; cat
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    • Tiger

    • carnivore; cat; Mammals; animals; wildlife; feline
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    • Tiger, Siberian

    • Endangered species; Mammals; carnivore; cat; Philadelphia Zoo; Pennsylvania; captive; Predators; wildlife; animals;
    • August 1993
    • Gray Wolf Reintroduction

    • carnivore; Mammals; animal; wildlife; canine; Resource management
    • Captured gray wolf for transport to Idaho for release - part of the effort to rebuild self-sustaining populations of gray wolves in the Unites States so the species can be removed from the endangered species list.
    • Gray Wolf

    • Mammals; animal; wildlife; Reintroduction; canine; carnivore; Predators; Resource management
    • Captured gray wolf in pen - as part of the effort to restore gray wolf populations in the United States to self-sustaining levels, and remove the species from the endangered species list, wild wolves were captured in Canada, given health...
    • Florida panther recovery plan. Technical/agency draft.

    • Endangered species; Wildlife management; Wildlife restoration; Reintroduction;
    • First recovery plan approved 12/7/1981. First revision approved June 1987. Second revision approved: 3/13/1995. The Florida panther is the last subspecies of Puma still surviving in the eastern United States. Historically occurring throughout the...
    • Gray Wolf Health Examination

    • carnivore; Mammals; animals; wildlife; Reintroduction; Resource management;
    • gray wolf reintroduction - 1996 - gray wolves were captured in Canada and released into the United States in the effort to establish self-sustaining populations of wolves and remove the species from the endangered species list.

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