September 12, 2013—The successful birth of a rare Przewalski's horse through artificial insemination has become an encouraging sign to increase the number of the endangered species. While the artificial insemination process took nearly seven years to complete, biologists see its benefits and hope to improve the technology to develop more successes.
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