Stem cells may save rhinos from extinction

The odds aren’t great for male northern white rhinos looking for love. Only two females are left on the planet, and imminent extinction does not seem to make rhinos particularly horny: the last time this captive population produced a baby was in 2000. Now, there may be a way to save this and other endangered species – with stem cells rather than sex.

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Stem cells may save rhinos from extinction

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