Cloning could save northern white rhinos – should we do it?

Scientists believe that cloning technology could save white rhinos, which face extinction after the death of the last known male northern white rhino in March. They have enough DNA with enough genetic diversity to rebuild white rhino populations, possibly using southern white rhino females as surrogate mothers.

Scientists believe that cloning technology could save white rhinos, which face extinction after the death of the last known male northern white rhino in March. They have enough DNA with enough genetic diversity to rebuild white rhino populations, possibly using southern white rhino females as surrogate mothers.

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