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Scientists look to gut bacteria to better understand white rhino fertility

Natalie, a southern white rhino who recently died, was part of the crash that participated in the collaborative poop study with N.C. State and the NC Zoo. (Courtesy of the North Carolina Zoo)
Natalie, a southern white rhino who recently died, was part of the crash that participated in the collaborative poop study with N.C. State and the NC Zoo. (Courtesy of the North Carolina Zoo)

Researchers in North Carolina are studying white rhino poop for clues that could aid in conservation efforts.

Paige Miranda of WUNC reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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