Biodiversity: The tale of the ‘un-extinct’ fish

This unique amphibian – which is believed in local culture to have healing properties – has been saved from extinction, in part, by a local group of nuns, who run a captive breeding facility for the animals.

“This just goes to show,” says Gerardo Garcia, “that animals can re-adapt to the wild when reintroduced at the right time and in the right environments”.

See more here: bbc.co.uk

Header image: Chester Zoo

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