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unTacked: “As a future breeding stallion, Kurt is destined to contribute to the viability of this rare species”

By March 21, 2023April 6th, 2023No Comments
Kurt’s story expands to new audiences, thanks to this compelling feature in unTacked – a lifestyle magazine for the broader horse community.

The story offers a deep-dive into the conservation history of the endangered Przewalski’s horse, and the potential that Kurt’s genetics offers the species.

Read the article here

About the Project

Since 2012, Revive & Restore has worked to bring biotechnology to standard conservation practices, including biobanking, cloning, and de-extinction. In 2020, we helped create the world’s first cloned Przewalski’s horse, Kurt. That same year, we helped create the world’s first cloned black-footed ferret, Elizabeth Ann. Both Kurt and Elizabeth Ann highlight the genetic tools we advance to save endangered species globally.