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In 1987 there were only 18 black-footed ferrets left. Captive breeding was successful and produced enough young (kits) that they could be placed into other zoos for breeding and reintroductions back into the wild. Approximately 300 black-footed ferrets reside in zoos and breeding centers throughout North America and another 400 black-footed ferrets survive in the wild at sites in the US and Mexico. The largest population of wild black-footed ferrets is at the Conata Basin, on US Forest Service lands in South Dakota and they  

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