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Oakland Zoo Helping Restore Puerto Rico's Crested Toad Population

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    Zoos are normally places where animals go on public display. But a lot also happens behind the scenes. NBC Bay Area's Joe Rosato Jr. shows us a special operation at the Oakland Zoo to help save a vanishing critter. (Published Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016)

    The Oakland Zoo is airlifting tadpoles to Puerto Rico as part of a program to help restore the territory's crested toad population. NBC Bay Area's Joe Rosato Jr. has more in the video above.

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