Typical zoo diet may keep rhinos from reproducing

03/23/2012 | United Press International

Researchers at the San Diego Zoo say diets high in phytoestrogens may be to blame for low reproduction levels among captive populations of the southern white rhinoceros, a "near-threatened" species. "Understanding why the captive white rhinoceros population has been dwindling for decades is an important part of protecting the future of this species," said researcher Christopher Tubbs.

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