Reintroduction to the Wild
Reintroducing species extinct in the wild is a complicated and costly endeavor, carried out according to the principles of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Reintroducing animals to the wild involves discovering the human factors that placed them at risk. Large natural areas must also be earmarked for this purpose that are sufficient to support a sustainable population. When suitable conditions have been provided, reproductive nuclei can be started in nature reserves. After successful reproduction in captivity, the process of acclimatization in nature can begin, which involves fitting some of the animals with transmitters for monitoring.