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The Last Living Members of an Extinct Species

Video   Aug 24, 2020 | Taken from Ted-Ed, YouTube

 

Dig into how scientists are attempting to revive the functionally extinct northern white rhino through artificial reproduction.

In the savannahs of Kenya, two female northern white rhinos, Nájin and Fatu, munch contentedly on grass. They are the last two known northern white rhinos left on Earth. Their species is functionally extinct— without a male, they can’t reproduce. And yet, there’s still hope to revive the northern white rhino. How can that be? Jan Stejskal dives into the science of reviving a dying species.



 
 
 
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