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Resurrecting The Extinct

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Published on Jan 7, 2010

Could extinct species make a comeback and endangered ones be saved through DNA research? Lesley Stahl reports, this Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010.

Comments • 20

Isaac Vizas
No, because a Clone is an identical twin, just because the guy looks like Einstein doesn't mean he will be Einstein he could be an Author, or a Salesman or an Actor or an Artist.
Isaac Vizas
Also it's not a tiger, it's a leopard.
Isaac Vizas
Well we would clone the prey first, plus ever heard of guns?
Isaac Vizas
It taught us don't clone dinosaurs because we have no idea how they will act and they never evolved alongside us. Not Deextinction=Bad.
John Davis
Awesome!
WonderingAnon
@TheBassgorilla Bullets. 
WonderingAnon
@hoobalogginmedia Everything happens with a cause, but mostly that cause is an accident of nature, and that is the nature of nature at times. Things just happen, even with natural selection. Meanwhile. I wouldn't mind bringing back what has failed in the past just for laughs. 
WonderingAnon
@aargh5 The future of human control. Humans become the gods. 
WonderingAnon
@Shmekekey Fuck you! In the second film the purpose of the entire park was dedicated towards research and preservation of the species. So lets revive these mammalian species and have them populated in isolated areas that we've liked.
ChicagoFan32
@Shmekekey Yes, do not trust the fat computer programmer.
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