Scientists still fighting to save Northern White Rhino
The international team of scientists working to try to save the Northern White Rhino from extinction has managed to create two more embryos from the nearly extinct breed.
In total, scientists now have five frozen embryos at their disposal which they intend to place in Southern White Rhino surrogate mothers.
The last two females of the Northern White Rhino on the planet live in the Ol Pejeta reserve in Kenya. Both belong to the Dvůr Králové ZOO, which is spearheading the international effort to save the breed.