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For the first time in 112 years, a Sumatran rhinoceros has been bred and born in captivity, raising experts' hopes the species can be saved. Officials at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden hailed the birth of the healthy male calf Thursday as a historic event. There are only about 300 Sumatran rhinos left. AP

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