Okay, so we’ve been talking about some problems faced by biologists when they try to reintroduce species into the wild. As we’ve talked about, sometimes the animals aren’t ready or able to go to fit into their native habitats. But there have been some new strategies used which seem to be working out. For example, biologists recently reintroduced four lynx into the wild. The first time they tried it, the cats died of starvation – they didn’t know how or where to hunt. This time, they kep the animals longer and let them mature. They also forced the animals to hunt for food instead of giving them the food directly. And finally, they kept the lynx together in a big pen so they know how to get along with other members of their species.