Houston Zoo losing valued conservationist to retirement

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HOUSTON - After 15 years at the Houston Zoo and over 40 years of work in the animal conservation field, Rick Barongi, Executive Vice President of Conservation  is retiring next week. Well known all over the world, Barongni doesn't want his legacy to be about him -- he wants people to care about the animals.

 

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