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World's rarest baby ducklings: Eighteen Madagascan pochards, the world's most endangered duck, have hatched in a captive breeding centre. This brings the world population of these ducks to just 60.

VIDEO and STORY here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/17616488
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Sadly, a gene pool of less than 100 individuals doesn't bode well for the survival of this species, despite the success of captive breeding.
 
What is the success rate for breeding these animals in captivity?
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