KTLA 360 Video: Peninsular Pronghorns at the L.A. Zoo

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They can run up to 60 mph. And there are only about 26 of them left in the wild. Critically endangered peninsular pronghorns, native to Baja California, are in a conservation program at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, where zookeepers are working to bolster their numbers.

Learn more about the pronghorns in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

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