Rare procedure attempts to salvage Siberian tiger population

Scientists performed a new type of artificial insemination procedure on two Siberian tigers at the Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines, Iowa, in an effort to repopulate the endangered species, whose wild population hovers around a mere 400. If the procedure works with frozen semen, it could open the door to increased genetic variation for the tigers.

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