Banteng


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Banteng

see bosbanteng.
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Suryaraya (Federal), Banteng Pratama (Mizzle), Industri Karet Deli (Swallow), Sumi Rubber (Dunlop), and Surabaya Kencana (Primax).
Zoos treat cloned males, which can pass along only nuclear DNA to future generations, as valuable "bridges" of pure banteng DNA to the banteng gene pool.
The banteng calves, who are active and eating well, will continue to be monitored closely by scientists and animal care staff.
With the installed capacity of, PT Banteng Pratama has the smallest production capacity of car tubes among the existing 6 manufacturers.
Commercial interests already are cloning prized cattle for about $20,000 (pounds 10,500) each, and scientists have cloned mice, rabbits, goats, pigs, horses -and even the endangered banteng, a wild bull that is found mostly in Indonesia.
Our group and others have successfully used eggs to clone closely-related species (for instance, we cloned two endangered species - the guar and banteng - using cow eggs).
Some of the animals are already in the zoo, but new species will include the saltwater crocodile and Banteng, a wild and endangered cattle species.
The project leaders hope that the information collected from the monkey project will contribute to better understanding of the habitats and behaviour of other endangered species, including orang-utans, crocodiles and the banteng.
Banteng were introduced to the peninsula long ago by early European settlers.
The Islands project will be linked by a series of bridges and waterways and the development will be home to animals and plants from the region, new species such as banteng wild cattle, and the Sunda Gavial crocodile.
Endangered include tapir, guar and banteng, wild buffalo, serow, red dog, Asiatic elephant, and leopard.
senior program officer of the WORLD WILDLIFE FUND's Species Conservation Program, can discuss the recent cloning of two endangered Asian bantengs in Iowa: "Unless the root causes that led to a species becoming endangered -- like poaching or habitat loss -- are addressed, it doesn't matter how many animals are created in a lab and released into the wild.