On World Wildlife Day, a host of conservation success stories

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The return of the Tasmanian Devil back to mainland Australia is just one conservation success story. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

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Tasmanian Devils fight in their enclosure before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania are sent from the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17.    REUTERS/Jason Reed  - GF20000065442
Returning home. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed
A jaguar drinks water at the Parque de Las Leyendas Zoo in Lima, August 10, 2012. REUTERS/Janine Costa (PERU - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - GM2E88B0Z4X01
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