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Wildlife Endocrinology News

Global Health Program wildlife veterinarian Maureen Wanjiku Kamau with a young rhinocerous
Jun. 03, 2019
Smithsonian veterinary research fellow Dr. Maureen Wanjiku Kamau is leading a study on wild eastern black rhinos in Kenya. Find out how her team is using poop to learn more about rhino reproduction.
elephant holding block in the yard outside of the Elephant Community Center
Jul. 12, 2016
What affects an elephant’s ability to get pregnant? Scientists from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) set out to solve that mystery.
Jan. 15, 2014
By Sarah Putman, SCBI Scientist  “No, we don’t know if the panda is pregnant.”