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  • Only a few thousand individuals are left, with no captive population.
  • Attempts at breeding among the captive population also failed for the same reasons.
  • There was no significant difference in any of the characters between the two captive populations.
  • Once a captive population has been successfully created, they can start being reintroduced back into the wild.
  • This was only about one-sixth of the captive population. Cited from Usury, by Calvin Elliott
  • They still exist in large numbers, with a small captive population; the population trend is unknown.
  • The UK, with its large captive population, also has a specialist centre providing rescue facilities.
  • This problem only exists among the wild population, however, not the captive population because of antibiotics.
  • Being extinct in the wild, the species as a whole is being kept alive via two separate captive populations.
  • This captive population will enable researchers to understand the species' history and habitat needs.
  • There are only about 50 individuals remaining, with no captive population.
  • A captive population is maintained, and the wild population exists in the lower tens of thousands.
  • Only one captive population of golden-crowned sifakas has been represented in a zoological collection.
  • The overall captive population is likely to remain genetically fragmented in the long term.
  • As of December 2012, one small captive population still remains.
  • While there was a large captive population of the alligator, the wild population was almost nonexistent.
  • Several of these zoos work with each other in breeding and caring for the captive population.
  • There are a few captive populations, taken for conservation reasons, the largest being at London zoo.
  • The zoo veterinary hospital is responsible for disease prevention and health care management of the park's captive population.
  • While this might seem more appropriate, it is often more difficult because examinees are not a captive population, as is a list of items.
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