MP3: Shorts: Raising Crane

03.12.2012

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Shorts: Raising Crane MP3

In this short, costumed scientists create a carefully choreographed childhood for a flock of whooping cranes to save them from extinction. It's the ultimate feel-good story, but it also raises some troubling questions about what it takes to get a species back to being wild. Source: radiolab.org

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