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  • We Need To Do This!

    De extinction can entertain people that want to see what they never got to see! Also, De extinction can offer insights into evolution and natural recourses that are currently unavailable to us. For example the Wooly Mammoth that a couple years ago scientists were about to mix old Wooly Mammoth DNA and Elephant DNA. But eventually they didn't do that. So in conclusion those are the reasons we should back extinct animals!

  • Good is Good

    It would help us understand there relationship with their ecosystem and it will boost our ability to genetically engineer. It could also make us be able to de extinct animals which have relatively became extinct because of human causes such as deforestation and poaching etc. This is why i think it is a good idea.

  • Extinct animals could help the world for the better

    Wouldn't it be awesome to have animals back that many people haven't seen before? Animals that are extinct could help the population of other species rise or fall like if we brought back frogs and lizards that are extinct the bug population might start to drop to a better state.

  • Yes we should

    We as a species have killed off more species than the amount that has died naturally. I do agree that we shouldn't bring back animals as such as the Woolly Mammoth, such species are not adapted nor adaptable to the new environment of this new Earth. Also, species such as Dinosaurs can't be reincarnated, because of DNA decomposer

  • Do not bring back extinct animals

    Do NOT bring back extinct animals. Once they have been gone for long enough time the ecosystem has already adapted to the missing link. Bringing them back would just cause bedlam. It takes time for animals to adapt to changes in their environment, and to bring back animals that have already disappeared would just be selfish.

  • We should bring back extinct animals

    Clone extinct animals isn’t wrong or harmful they’re not bringing back the dinosaurs, they died of natural causes and became extinct without the help humankind! There only bring back animals that were killed by human’s actions not God. Humans made the choice to kill them not God. Free will to sadly end many species. By over hunting, destroying habitat and killing them sport have led to this destruction and loss of life. Right or wrong they should give them a second chances. God may have said the animals on this earth are to be given up for us but Humans have neglected and exploited this responsibility with this gifts. Because Humans did not give them the respect we should have. It’s not playing God. This isn’t creation it correcting an error on our part.

  • We should bring them back

    Clone extinct animals isn’t wrong or harmful they’re not bringing back the dinosaurs, they died of natural causes and became extinct without the help humankind! There only bring back animals that were killed by human’s actions not God. Humans made the choice to kill them not God. Free will to sadly end many species. By over hunting, destroying habitat and killing them sport have led to this destruction and loss of life. Right or wrong they should give them a second chances. God may have said the animals on this earth are to be given up for us but Humans have neglected and exploited this responsibility with this gifts. Because Humans did not give them the respect we should have. It’s not playing God. This isn’t creation it correcting an error on our part.

  • Yes we should bring back extinct species

    Because we will be able to make more scientific discoveries like :what exactly did Woolly Mammoth's eat? Or did sabortooth tigers have other prey ? All of these questions can and maby be answerd in times to come but now we can focus on that goal and find some other way to clone animals so we can sore sky high.

  • We should bring back extinct animals.

    You can study them more and learn new things about them so we need to bring them back. Don't you want to see all of the living things that lived in another time. I really would like to see animals that existed in another time before we lived so please bring them back.

  • I want see what animals were here when i was'nt born.

    Animals should come back let's bring back time! Don't you want to see beautiful animals that were once in the world? I would love to see beautiful animals all over the world we should bring back extinct animals. Please vote yes we need more animals in our lifes I beg you.

  • Give me a brake

    I don know about you but I don´t what a T-Rex in my back yard or any place for that madder .If we got them back it would be Jurassic park/Jurassic world all over Aegean and if you haven't seen them all the Dino's get out and almost every body dies

  • No because it will have a harmful effect on the environment

    I personally believe that extinct animals should not be brought back for research or for any reason even if it was our fault they went extinct because the environment has already made adjustments for their disappearance and if brought back it could be a catastrophe for other animals. Although its cool to think of a woolly mammoth roaming the earth however it is not fair and if we let this happen whats to stop it from happening to humans?

  • Not if nature made them extinct

    This topic is the main theme of Jurassic Park. Animals such as dinosaurs and mammoths were eliminated by natural means, and therefore in my view are extinct for a reason. On the other hand, if we were to bring back animals that became endangered because of human interference, I would agree with that.

  • Natural Selection Happens For A Reason

    We should not bring back extinct animals because natural selection is a process that occurs for a reason, and animals that are extinct generally are no longer survivable in the current ecosystem and even if they were, adding new animals suddenly to the existing ecosystem could cause unknown ecological harm by unbalancing the food chain or breeding without restriction.

  • The world changed

    Even if we could, but the world we live in today would not allow these species to return, not only for the people, but the climate, the landscapes, everything changed, that is, extinct animals could not live in our era.
    And I believe that if they returned, they would probably be extinct again because humanity is cold.

  • 3 reasons not to bring mammths back

    They could hurt humans and they would die out very quickly and why put tons of money in something that we don't know about beasts so you are puting money that sends kids to school on something that we do not know how to stop a that's why we SHOULD NOT BIRNG THEM BACK

  • 3 reasons not to bring mammths back

    They could hurt humans and they would die out very quickly and why put tons of money in something that we don't know about beasts so you are puting money that sends kids to school on something that we do not know how to stop a that's why we SHOULD NOT BIRNG THEM BACK

  • 3 reasons not to bring mammths back

    They could hurt humans and they would die out very quickly and why put tons of money in something that we don't know about beasts so you are puting money that sends kids to school on something that we do not know how to stop a that's why we SHOULD NOT BIRNG THEM BACK

  • There extinct animals leave them be

    There is no way to predict exactly what would happen if we had prehistoric animals roaming around the world, but that may not be a very good thing. We have no idea how it would impact the animals that are still here today, or what effects it would have on the environment.

  • People are already greedy

    Us humans are already a greedy bunch but imagine how much more greedy people would become if they knew that there were mammoths roaming around with valuable tusks. People would think "oh we can hunt them because they will bring them back" when they are not thinking about the cost of every single time scientists have to revive a species. We are putting millions into animals that may die out in a week because they are not evolved enough to live in our polluted world.


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