Captive-bred Sumatran rhino goes out to stud


A five-year-old Sumatran rhino named Andalas has a lot riding on his reproductive abilities. Andalas, the first captive-bred Sumatran rhino born in more than 100 years, has been shipped back to a rhino sanctuary in his his homeland, where it is hoped that he will breed with two females and help kick-start his species back into sustainable numbers.

The Jakarta Post has the story: Los Angeles-born Andalas expected to save his endangered species.

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