Bid to save Indian state Chhattisgarh’s wild buffaloes through cloning

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Indian state Chhattisgarh has begun an ambitious programme to increase the population of the wild buffalo through cloning.

As a first step towards this goal, the government has set in motion the process for preparing a clone of Asha, the lone female wild buffalo left in the state’s Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary, about 150 km from here, in Gariaband district. Though there are eight other buffaloes in the 247.59 sq km sanctuary, Asha is the only female.

View the original article here: Bid to save Indian state Chhattisgarh’s wild buffaloes through cloning – BioScholar News

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