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It was considered extinct. It is now recovering. Thanks to thirty-five years of captive breeding, the Guam rail, a species of Pacific bird, has been reintroduced on the Cocos Islands archipelago. At the end of the Second World War, a snake had accidentally been introduced on the island of Guam, in the Pacific, and had completely decimated the population of the species. Photo credit: Jean
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