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 Scientists find thriving population of endangered tapirs in South America 



The tapir population has decreased by more than 30 percent in the last 33 years due to logging and hunting.
The tapir population has decreased by more than 30 percent in the last 33 years due to logging and hunting.
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    Scientists find thriving population of endangered tapirs in South America
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    that’s not a tapir that’s a loch ness monster
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    look he got a bird on his head lol
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