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Quite a comeback

Associated Press
A pair of swans and four cygnets head to a channel and a back pond in the waters of Potter March in Anchorage, Alaska. Trumpeter swans continued a remarkable comeback from near extinction in the Lower 48 states and much of their Alaska habitat, said federal wildlife biologist Deborah Groves, who has counted Alaska swans since 1990.