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A zoo in Toyama City, central Japan, has succeeded in hatching eggs of the endangered snow grouse under a government-backed breeding program.
A zoo in Toyama City, central Japan, has succeeded in hatching eggs of the endangered snow grouse under a government-backed breeding program.
The Toyama Municipal Family Park Zoo says 2 eggs hatched on Saturday night.
They were among the 19 eggs laid since last month by a snow grouse at the zoo.
This is the first time eggs from a snow grouse raised in captivity have been artificially incubated and hatched.

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