Northern white Rhino eggs fertilized in conservation effort

Northern white Rhino eggs fertilized in conservation effort

Eggs removed last week in Kenya from the last two female northern white rhinos, Najin and Fatu, were fertilized in a lab with frozen sperm from two now-dead males. The artificial fertilization of eggs could determine whether the species has a future, or is doomed to end. Wildlife experts and veterinarians are hoping that the species can reproduce via a surrogate mother rhino.

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if only people cared for the animals when there was a healthy population

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