A Wild Plan

November 2005
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;11/18/2005, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p3
Focuses on the plan of a team of scientists to bring endangered African animals to the Great Plains in North America in 2005. Goal of the group; Importance of the plan of the team to the potential extinction of the animals; Criticisms raised against the plan of the group. INSET: Explore MORE.


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