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Endangered Animals: A Haven in Pittsburgh

May 30, 2011

At the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, animal keepers are working to save the world's most endangered and threatened species. WQED goes behind the scenes at the Pittsburgh landmark to focus on efforts to protect animals such as amur tigers, Philippine crocodiles and sea turtles.


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At the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, animal keepers are working to save the world's most endangered and threatened species. WQED goes behind the scenes at the Pittsburgh landmark to focus on efforts to protect animals such as amur tigers, Philippine crocodiles and sea turtles.


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