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This image provided by the Woodland Park Zoo shows the a red-crowned crane chick, born on May 13. Photos by Dennis Dow.

Ambassador? I'm just a cute chick

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The zoo is working to bring back the red-crowned crane population in partnership with Muraviovka Park for Sustainable Land Use and the International Crane Foundation, through the zoo’s Partners for Wildlife.
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The red-crowned crane chick is on a mission, living as an ambassador for cranes facing habitat loss and life-threatening, human-wildlife conflicts in their native lands.

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