Endangered ferrets get boost with 21 births at zoo

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    The Arizona Center for Nature Conservation at the Phoenix Zoo is overrun with baby black-footed ferrets. Twenty-one of the endangered animals were born to four mothers during the current breeding season. In the past 30 years, Phoenix Zoo has produced more than 500 black-footed ferrets through its breeding program. The ferrets are considered one of the most endangered species in North America and were once considered extinct.

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