Zoo breeds rhino siblings to save species

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rhinoCINCINNATI, OH – Cincinnati Zoo is breeding rhino siblings to help them from going extinct.

The zoo made the dicey decision to mate 8-year-old Suci and her 6-year-old brother Harapan to help their species from going extinct.

Desperate times call for desperate measures; plus who knows what kind of inbreeding is going down in the actual wild.

So Suci and Harapan, you better hurry up and have an intimate family reunion — the clock of extinction is ticking.