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Scottish bison to be reintroduced to wild
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28 April 2014
On 28 April 2014 The Scotsman reported:
A Scottish female bison born and raised at Kingussie's Highland Wildlife Park has been selected to return to the wild, as part of a bid to reintroduce the species that became extinct in the wild less than 100 years ago. Glen Rosa, named after a Highland glen on the Isle of Arran, joined six other female bison from three other British and Irish herds at the Aspinall Foundation's Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent before setting out on their journey to Romania. Douglas Richardson, head of living collections for Highland Wildlife Park, said: 'Glen Rosa and the other bison will join an already established herd in Vanatori Neamt Nature Park, Romania, to help augment both numbers and genetic diversity within the group.
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