Last Wild Horse Sees First Artificial Insemination Success

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Straight from the Horse's Heart

Source: By Megan Gannon, News Editor for Live Science

It’s ‘feel good Sunday’ and not many things are as near and dear to Terry and myself as the wild horses “Takhi” of Outer Mongolia and China; so today’s installment is special in so many ways.  Let’s just hope and pray that we do not find ourselves in the same position struggling at such a granular level to save the last few remaining wild American horses and burros on the North American continent” ~ R.T.

“This is a major accomplishment…”

In a first for scientists, a foal of the world’s last true wild horse has been born by way of artificial insemination.

The birth of a female Przewalski’s horse (pronounced “cha-VAL-skee”) on July 27 at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) in Virginia was celebrated as a major achievement for the survival of the endangered species, once thought to…

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