De-extinction

How Scientists Are Playing Frankenstein with Extinct Animals

The Passenger Pigeon or Wild Pigeon (Ectopistes migratorius) is an extinct North American bird. The species lived in enormous migratory flocks until the early century, when hunting and habitat destruction led to its demise

Don’t expect something out of “Jurassic Park” to happen, but scientists and researchers say resurrecting extinct species, or “de-extinction,” could be possible, and it is time to involve the public.

Now is the time to talk about ‘de-extinction’

Mighty Mammoths Fell Prey to Rapidly Warming Earth. Woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), a relative of modern elephants, went extinct to years ago.

The decline of many non-extinct wild animals may be a greater threat to the environment than the obliteration of a single species. The following excerpted is from Rise of the Necrofauna: The Science, Ethics, and Risks of De-Extinction by Britt Wray, published October 2017 by Greystone Books. Reproduced with permission of the publisher.Extinction in the Anthropocene

The decline of many non-extinct wild animals may be a greater threat to the environment than the obliteration of a single species. The following excerpted is from Rise of the Necrofauna: The Science, Ethics, and Risks of De-Extinction by Britt Wray, published October 2017 by Greystone Books. Reproduced with permission of the publisher.Extinction in the Anthropocene

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Morgan Lewis- This is a Ted talk about extinction how at what rate is happening. Stewart Brand: The dawn of de-extinction.

Stewart Brand: The dawn of de-extinction. Are you ready? via TED -  re-creating extinct species with genetic material

Stewart Brand: The dawn of de-extinction. via TED - re-creating extinct species with genetic material

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Rapid advances in molecular biology are converging with new perspectives in conservation biology to create a new field called “de-extinction.” Now is the time to begin public discussion of how de-extinction projects can best proceed responsibly.

De-Extinction Debate: Should Extinct Species Be Revived?

Woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) - Mauricio Antón National Geographic: Reviving Mammoths and Other Extinct Species May Be Possible, but Is It Wise?

This photo shows a museum worker inspecting a replica of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), a relative of modern elephants that went extinct 3,000 to 10,000 years ago.

Incredible Technology: How to Bring Extinct Animals Back to Life

This photo shows a museum worker inspecting a replica of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), a relative of modern elephants that went extinct to years ago.

and sadly us people are causing the 6th mass extinction

History is riddled with massive die-offs. At times, of Earth& species disappeared. Here& a look at the worst extinction events and what caused them.

Your De-Extinction Questions Answered – Phenomena

Your De-Extinction Questions Answered – Phenomena

No longer the stuff of science fiction, we are on the verge of being able to bring extinct species back from the dead. But does this mean we should?

Resurrection Biology: Scientists have begun to attempt to bring extinct animals back to life

How to Clone a Mammoth : The Science of De-Extinction (Reprint) (Paperback) (Beth Shapiro)

How to Clone a Mammoth : The Science of De-Extinction (Reprint) (Paperback) (Beth Shapiro)

Resurrection Science : Conservation, De-Extinction and the Precarious Future of Wild Things (Hardcover)

Resurrection Science : Conservation, De-Extinction and the Precarious Future of Wild Things (Hardcover)

The best academic books of 2015: How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-Extinction - Beth Shapiro; examines whether we should clone extinct animals, how, the potential environmental impact, and the importance of having the discussion now as the science becomes more and more real

10 Must-Read Academic Books for 2015

The best academic books of 2015: How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-Extinction - Beth Shapiro; examines whether we should clone extinct animals, how, the potential environmental impact, and the importance of having the discussion now as the science becomes more and more real

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