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Several Litters of Endangered Black-footed Ferrets Born at the Zoo

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Several Litters of Endangered Black-footed Ferrets Born at the Zoo!
May 25, 2021
The Arizona Center for Nature Conservation /Phoenix Zoo is excited to announce the arrival of 21 black-footed ferret kits at the Zoo's Arthur L. and Elaine V. Johnson Conservation Center. The kits make up four litters to moms, Mandolin, Lazuli, Ridley, and Yoshi. “This is already our most successful black-footed ferret breeding season at the Johnson Conservation Center since 2016,” says Dr. Tara Harris, Director of Conservation and Science at the Phoenix Zoo. “Encouragingly, another three females are...
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