Masai Giraffes Face Threat of Inbreeding, Extinction

July 31, 2023

Another endangered species is nearly on the chopping block and researchers at Penn State University are sounding the alarm on just how dire the situation is. Native to Africa, the Masai giraffe is having difficulty breeding with each other, due in part to poachers and a valley running through Kenya and Tanzania. The subspecies has divided into two groups that haven't interbred in more than 250,000 years. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has more.

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