Vancouver's most endangered mammals begin a comeback

Forty-four Vancouver Island marmots have been born in captivitiy so far this year, a big boost for this critically endangered species. About 30 of the newborns will be released into the wild later this year, bringing the total wild population up to about 150.

Canada's AM980 has the story.

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