Rare Donkey Born Through Embryo Transfer in Australia

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Monash University reproductive research is helping save the world's most endangered donkey breed.
 
In a world first, a rare and prehistoric-looking Poitou donkey foal has been born to a surrogate Standardbred horse after embryo transfer from the biological mother, who was bred by artificial insemination.

The foal brings to only three the number of Poitou donkeys in

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