Red squirrels to thrive again in Britain as new plan considered to eradicate grey breed

Hudson, W.,  Express,  2020.

RED SQUIRRELS could soon be thriving in Britain again as a new plan to put an end to destructive grey squirrels is being developed.
The 150 year reign of the grey squirrel could come to a halt from DNA editing to ensure all future females are born infertile. Researchers at the Roslin Institute want to create gene-edited squirrels for eventual release into the wild. The genetics laboratory is renowned for its 1996 creation of Dolly the Sheep, the world’s first mammal cloned from an adult cell.