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The majority of extinction occurs within the genus and not the species. In the rare cases of one specific species with no genus variety such as bald eagles being either poached, hunted, or dying from failure to thrive it is a delicate matter. The best choice most times is preservation of the species habitat and limit exposure to human and predator interaction. Because nature has a far better track record than humans and breeding in captivity is a complex mechanic for some species and we have limited information on their mating habits. Some animals have a very specific time, age, or conditions in which breeding can even happen at all, so in those rare cases it’s best to leave it to Darwin’s pocket watch.