Sumatran rhinos by no means recovered from losses through the Pleistocene, genome proof exhibits

A world staff of researchers has sequenced and analyzed the primary Sumatran rhino genome from a pattern belonging to a male made well-known on the Cincinnati Zoo. This research exhibits that the difficulty for Sumatran rhinoceros populations started a very long time in the past, across the center of the Pleistocene, about a million years in the past.
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