Hope for a species: Przewalski’s horse born via artificial insemination

Przewalski’s horses are rare and endangered wild horses native to Mongolia. They were declared extinct in the wild in the 1960s, but have since been reintroduced to Mongolia, China, and Kazakhstan. There are an estimated 1,500 Przewalski’s horses in the world, most of which live in captivity.

Now, the birth of a Przewalski’s horse—the first in the world to be born via artificial insemination—is giving the once decimated species new hope.

Read the full, original story here: First Przewalski’s Horse Born Via Artificial Insemination

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