Japanese scientists have bred a new species of rhinoceros, which can be kept at home.
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"September 12 - A group of scientists at Kyoto University led by Prof. Mamoru Kitaoka, managed to create the world's first rhino home. The animal was derived by crossing the Sumatran (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) and Javan (Rhinoceros sondaicus) rhinoceros. First home rhino named Suy Zuy.
Since all attempts to contain these individual rhinos in captivity ended unsuccessfully, the scientists had to work with animals in a special reserve in Malaysia. It weighs 40 kg, height 60 cm, 80 cm in length.
In the future, scientists are working to have first appeared a couple of rhino home, and in the near future, the owner of a home rhino could be any Japanese family. "
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