Habitat loss and disease in the American prairie pushed the black-footed ferret to the edge of extinction. Now these underground-dwelling mammals are making a comeback, through a captive-breeding program run by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. There, baby ferrets—called kits—are raised and released into the wild.
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FIELD PRODUCER: Katy Fox-O'Malley
VIDEOGRAPHER: J.J. Kelley
SENIOR PRODUCER: Sarah Joseph
EDITOR: Jennifer Murphy
ARCHIVAL PHOTOS: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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