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Japan scientists launch freeze-dry animal sperm bank

Japanese scientists have launched a sperm bank for endangered animals that uses freeze-drying technology.
Japanese scientists have launched a sperm bank for endangered animals that uses freeze-drying technology.

The team at Kyoto University's Institute of Laboratory Animals Graduate School of Medicine successfully preserved sperm taken from two endangered primates and a subspecie of giraffe.
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