Encyclopedia of Life: http://eol.org/pages/1049657/overview
Brief introduction: The Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon (Temminck, 1855)) is the only member of the genus Nipponia and also known as the Japanese Crested Ibis (Toki). Originally widespread across China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Russia, by 1981 the species became nearly extinct in the wild, except two surviving breeding pairs in Southern Qinling mountains of Yangxian County, China. The species is now recovering with descendents from these breeding pairs, due to the assistance of human conservation efforts.
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