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Thread: Last Leadbeater's possum dies in captivity

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    IM SO SAD! the little boogers are so cute! they look like my baby!
    Last In Captivity
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    oops could one of the mods move this to the general discussions? sorry i was in a rush
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    I hope they archived some DNA.

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    Actually, the last possum in CAPTIVITY dies. It says there is about 1,000 left in the wild.

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    didnt i say in captivity?
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    Quote[/b] ]Last Leadbeater's possum dies in captivity, OH NO!!!!!!
    maby i should rephrase it...last Leadbeater's possum in captivity dies. sorry if it was confusing
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    Moved. Now you owe me a D. capensis.....
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    Not good news but he couldn't breed anyway.

    I was actually up in their natural habitat yesterday- what's left of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Moved. Now you owe me a D. capensis.....
    haha
    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Not good news but he couldn't breed anyway.
    I was actually up in their natural habitat yesterday- what's left of it.
    wow!
    BTW it takes longer than you think to get an animal from the wild and into a zoo. you can just get and Leadbeater or two from the wild and *plop* put it in a zoo. they have to go through generations of acclimation.
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