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May 22, 2003 
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve... 
Hato El Frio, Venezuela 
BIOLOGIST HOLDS UP NEW BORN CROCODILES. 
A biologist holds up one-day-old Orinoco Crocodiles (Crocodylus
intermedius) at the biological reserve of Hato El Frio in Venezuela`s
western state of Apure, 470 miles away from Caracas, May 22, 2003. More
than 130 born-in-captivity crocodiles between one and two years old
were released into their natural environment as part of a program to
preserve them. The Orinoco crocodile, South America's largest predator,
is one of ten most endangered species in the world. These new born
crocodiles will be kept in captivity until next year when they will be
set free. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP03050102

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