De-extinction

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De- extinction is the process of creating an organism which is or greatly resembles a member of an extinct species. De- extinction requires an in-depth study of the biophysical conditions where the species can live and reproduce in relation to other species, including humans and adapt to environmental changes [1]. There are some pros and cons when it comes to de-extinction and bring back species. There are ways in which de-extinction can occur and that would be by cloning. The woolly mammoth is in the front running to the species to bring back, followed by the passenger pigeon.

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  1. Mooney et al., 2013. Evolution of natural and social science interactions in global change research programs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 110, p. 3665-3672.
  2. Matt Hall, 2013, pers. comm. Sorry, this is the best reference I can find.
  3. Matt Hall, 2013, pers. comm. Sorry, this is the best reference I can find.


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