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Tapir born in a Nicaraguan zoo brings hope for species preservation

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Nicaragua welcomes "Valentina", a Central American tapir born in captivity at the National Zoo, within the framework of a project that seeks to conserve this animal in danger of extinction due to hunting and the destruction of its natural habitat in the jungle.

Added on the 12/02/2020 05:13:54 - Copyright : AFP EN

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