Wildlife Ranching Magazine

Reversing EXTINCTION

The world reacted with dismay to the death of ‘Sudan’, the last male of the northern white rhino subspecies in the world, on 19 March. Yet there is hope that this may not spell extinction – certainly not if Dr Morné de la Rey has anything to do with it. The South African vet and embryo transfer specialist says it may be possible to clone the subspecies “within ten years” – but he cautions that this can only be achieved “once we’ve discovered how to do IVF

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