Video: African Black Rhinos Breeding in Texas

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July 12, 2006—From the savannas of Africa to the plains of Texas, the future of the rare black rhinoceros is being shaped by human hands.

In light of the July 7 announcement of a black rhino subspecies' apparent extinction, find out how a team at the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose, Texas, is working to breed black rhinos and combat the damage done by decades of poaching in Africa.

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