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Title: Genomic insights into the conservation status of the world’s last remaining Sumatran rhinoceros populations
Author(s): Seth, J. von; Dussex, N.; Díez-del-Molino, D.; Valk, T. van der; Kutschera, V.E.; Kierczak, M.; Steiner, C.C.; Liu, S.; Gilbert, M.T.P.; Prost, C.; and 10 others
Year published: 2021
Journal: Nature Communications
Volume: 12 (2393)
Pages: 1-11 -
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Sumatran Rhino
Small populations are often exposed to high inbreeding and mutational load that can increase the risk of extinction. The Sumatran rhinoceros was widespread in Southeast Asia, but is now restricted to small and isolated populations on Sumatra and Borneo, and most likely extinct on the Malay Penins...

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