The Future Of Species Conservation: Nature's SAFE's Long-Term Cell Storage for Endangered Animals - Tullis Matson | VETchat by The Webinar Vet
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Joining Anthony for this episode of VETchat is Tullis Matson, Managing Director at Stallion AI Services and Founder and Chair of Nature's SAFE.

In this episode, Anthony and Tullis discuss the topic of Artificial Insemination. Tullis shares his career to date, including his work with Stallions and his new venture in founding Nature's SAFE charity. Nature's SAFE is one of Europe’s dedicated facilities capable of the long-term storage of live cells from animal species that are at the greatest risk of extinction. Tullis explains how they use state-of-the-art methods to preserve cells in a way that maintains viability, allowing them to be thawed and used to establish pregnancies, restoring endangered animal species. Moreover, they discuss why Tullis set the charity up, how important their work is, and their plans for the future.

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