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Whooping Crane is one of only two cranes found in North America; the species is named for its whooping sound. They are endangered due to habitat loss and over-hunting. In the 1940s, the population fell to only 15 individuals; they were classified as endangered in 1967. This crane migrates more than 2,500 miles from their breeding grounds in western Canada to winter on the coastal wetlands in southern Texas. Studies reveal that 20% of the migratory populhttps://society6.com/product/it-is-all-within-reach_print?sku=s6-13493371p4a1v45ation are shot, despite being against the law.
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