Is the possibility of Bio-engineering extinct species of animals and birds right?
Just wondered in relation to my poem, What did we do though. (did we kill the dodo)? if people think this is right or wrong?
i think that it is an awesome idea. i'm all for cloning also but many people are against it. nature created life so why can't we do the same thing.
by xethonxq 7 years ago
How many species of animals, fish, plants (or anything else) do you think are still undiscovered?This world is so vast that I often wonder how many things are still left to be discovered. I really wonder if all the things that are now declared extinct are truly extinct. What are your thoughts?
by nightwork4 5 years ago
There are about 10 million species of animals, noah's ark?using about 2ft. average for space, noah's ark would have to had been at least 20million square ft. then take into account the fecies and urine, is it really possible for the ark to have ever existed.this doesn't include fish .never mind the...
by nanderson500 5 years ago
If you could bring one extinct species back to life, which one would it be?
by Wesman Todd Shaw 3 years ago
Do you support De-extinction efforts?Reviving an extinct species of animal is a controversial topic on many levels. There are loads of issues involved, and the more one thinks of it, the more issues one can imagine.The science is not there yet, but it is being worked on, and furiously. Do you think...
by Catherine Tally 5 years ago
What do you think about resurrecting extinct species through DNA and genetic engineering?
by kerryg 7 years ago
The Western Black Rhino of Africa was declared officially extinct Thursday by a leading conservation group.The International Union for Conservation of Nature said that two other subspecies of rhinoceros were close to meeting the same fate.The Northern White Rhino of central Africa is now...
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