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The Critically Endangered Hirola

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The hirolas are doing great. There has been a net gain of several individuals in the sanctuary, and the predators have been kept out.

 

There are periodic reports filed to KWS, but I don't believe they are public. Paolo and Twaffle should/will get a great first hand look.

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Can't wait.

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A new baby Hirola was born today, bringing the tally of Hirola calves born in the Sanctuary to 12.

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