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US-Born Sumatran Rhino Delivered to Indonesia

A U.S.-born Sumatran rhino ate leaves and wallowed in mud at an Indonesian sanctuary Thursday as the U.S. formally handed over the animal in hopes he will sire offspring and help save his critically endangered species from extinction. The 8-year-old rhino is now in quarantine at Way Kambas National Park after traveling more than 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers) from a zoo in Cincinnati, Ohio, to the Indonesian capital, Jakarta. U.S. consular official Robert Ewing delivered the...

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