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Scientists harvest more eggs from near-extinct northern white rhino

Scientists harvest more eggs from near-extinct northern white rhino

NAZANINE MOSHIRI 02SCIENTISTS racing to save the northern white rhino from extinction have harvested 10 more eggs from the last two females alive which they hope will help create viable embryos that can be incubated by other rhinos acting as surrogates. Neither of the remaining northern white rhinos on Earth - a mother and her daughter - can carry a baby to term, so scientists want to implant the embryos into southern white rhinos instead. The last male northern white rhino, named Sudan, died in Kenya's Ol Pejeta Conservancy in 2018. The northern white rhino once wandered through east and…
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