Rwanda's gray crowned cranes are deeply romantic -- but they're also endangered by the pet trade and habitat destruction. Here's how vet and conservationist Olivier Nsengimana is helping to rescue and protect the birds: CallToEarth PerpetualPlanet
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(CNN)In Rwanda's lush green grasslands, romance isn't dead, but it's had a brush with extinction in recent years. The country's gray crowned cranes -- birds which dance for each other, often pair for life and share chick-raising duties -- fell victim to their own popularity.
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