I think they should bring back extinct animals because imagine how much more we could study those animals we could see things like how they ate and slept. We could find out so much. And honestly I want a real life Jurassic par k because I don't know about you but don't you want to ride a velociraptor.
Most of the con arguments are that it would upset nature. For goodness sake are they living under a rock or what? Humans have been destroying and causing problems for all of time.
What needs fixing if any is humanity. We need a world where people can pull their sh*t together and live in harmony. That's what we need not the control of scientific progress.
Yes, scientist should bring back extinct animals because it could make sense and benefit the environment. People use the rational that it is like playing god and that extinct animals had their change. Well when it comes to a mass extinction by a world wide disaster that was not natural selection but luck for those that lived. For all we know, the scientist could bring back animals that could take out evasive animals that terrorize certain ecosystems.
Science has had a profound effect on the human experience for millenia.Extinct animals should be brought back so long as the study or use of those animals would serve to further scientific knowledge. This kind of research could increase our knowledge in a number of areas including natural history, biology, geneolgy and more.
Yes, scientists should bring back extinct animals, because there are things that we can learn from these animals. We can also enjoy the animals who would add things to our ecosystem. The animals may teach us about biology and about the evolutionary process. It would also be a scientific feat and accomplishment to bring back extinct animals.
If extinct species were brought back to life, Humans would likely hunt them into extinction once more. Equally as terrible, Humans would use them for their own amusement. I see some people in the "Yes" category wanting to ride a velociraptor *rolls eyes*
Furthermore, Habitat loss is a major problem as the human population grows to exponential heights. Not to mention the pollution we cause. The existing wildlife is dying from consuming plastic or choking on it. That's just the tip of the iceberg.
We're a destructive species that need not do anymore damage, But alas, Humans will continue to cause damage. That's what we're adept at.
I am currently doing an essay on this topic. I have been using a certain article for my evidence. The article has made a very good point, which is my headline. It just doesn't make sense to spend so much time/money on bringing back a species then, loose another and in the future try to bring it back as well. While instead, we can bring certain species out of endangerment so we don't have to take the time/money to bring it back when we need it. The only time I will ever consider bringing something back would be plants. Therefore, bringing these animals back are a waste.
They are exinct for a reason. It can upset other humans or animals. It just doesn't make any sense to bring back extinct animals. It can come out the wrong way and attack people. Or behaves the wrong way. Why bring back animals that can destroy things. Everybody would be in harm or danger.
They are exint for a reason. It can upset other humans or animals. It just doesn't make any sense to bring back extinct animals. It can come out the wrong way and attack people. Or behaves the wrong way. Why bring back animals that can destroy things. Everybody would be in harm or danger.
In nature, there are milllions of factors that affect everything. It is impossible to know what any action might have on the world. Something as drastic as introducing a new species to an existing ecosystem could upset the whole system and have disastrous consequences. Humans often think they know everything, but they never do
Distinct animals are a part of life every being on earth has its time and you have to move on and realize that the cycle of life happens for everything. Besides bringing back certain animals can be bad for humans if they cannot coexist you are putting lives at stake.
There are natural and scientific reasons that those animals are extinct. Bringing back extinct animals may upset the balance of nature and possibly harm other animals or natural resources. These animals can be studied, however, it is probably unwise to do something as drastic as try to bring them back.