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Tag Archives: ko’ko’
The ko’ko’/Guam rail (Hypotaenidia owstoni), a species endemic to Guam, is currently considered Extinct in the Wild due to the introduction of the invasive brown treesnake, Boiga irregularis. Prior to extinction in the wild, 22 individuals were brought into captivity … Continue reading