How do conservationists decide when and where to release struggling species?



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    They consider the habitat and the environment. The individuals who are released have to be able to find their habitat and survive with their food source. There needs to be enough habitat and food for the population to reproduce, grow, and expand. They also consider potential risks and threats like predator populations and predictions for changes in climate and the effects of climate change, and also human impacts like locations of nearest settlements.

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