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A gray wolf in Jamtland County, Sweden. A wealthy landowner in Scotland is hoping to bring wolves from Sweden to the Scottish Highlands to thin the herd of red deer. Gunter Lenz/imageBROKER RF/Getty Images hide caption

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Landowner Aims To Bring Wolves Back To Scotland, Centuries After They Were Wiped Out

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Rothschild's giraffe at Lake Nakuru, Great Rift Valley, Kenya. A community project at Kenya's Lake Baringo is attempting to save the subspecies. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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'A Silent Extinction': Finding Peace And Saving Giraffes On A Lake In Kenya

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An armed private security team patrols amongst some of John Hume's 1,500 rhinos at Buffalo Dream Ranch, North West Province, South Africa in April 2016. The image is a still from Trophy, directed by Shaul Schwarz and co-directed by Christina Clusiau. Courtesy of Shaul Schwarz/Reel Peak Films. hide caption

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