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I think what you’re doing is a brilliant idea – it’s the only thing I’ve seen that comes close to potentially resolving the problem. I was wondering if you might at some point be able to progress to helping the pangolin as well – I realise that their meat is also consumed and they’re often caught alive, but their scales are made of keratin just as a rhino’s horn is, and they’re horribly endangered as a species as well. Do you know if it might be possible to eventually flood the market with pangolin scales in the same way? Might be another channel for your project? I’m really excited by the idea of genetic research as a way of protecting animal species, and I really wish you the best in your progress. :)
Jun 24, 2015
Sequencing the Black Rhinoceros Genome
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