We made the cover of BioScience Magazine! A herd of sable antelope and gemsbok grazing on spacious pastures at the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center near Glen Rose, Texas. Diverse alliances of breeding centers and private landowners could help develop sustainable populations of large vertebrates, especially rare wild ungulates, as insurance against extinction. Pedigrees and heterozygosity could be monitored under such seminatural conditions using new tools in genomics. To read the full article, follow the link, and click ‘PDF’.