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Mammoth Zoo

By this time, geneticists will have the capability of bringing back extinct creatures, given that we have their DNA. Recently extinct organisms will be slowly reintegrated into nature. Some organisms, however, will be too far removed from their habitat, and will be restricted to zoos, aquariums and botanical gardens.

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Chris Beaudin Could be an interesting way of dealing with the current mass extinction, but most of them went extinct due to environmental changes, so bringing them back would just make them go extinct again unless we're able to restore these environments and ecosystems by 2050.
06 Feb 2022
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Malachi Bren amazing
23 Nov 2021
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Taatsiaq Geisler I loved this
23 Sep 2021
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Pinenut-1 Possible, but probably later than 2050 since we have to deal with the pandemic
14 Jan 2021
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Mr.Eliminator If This Is possible We can Bring Our Ancestors Back Right
13 Jan 2021
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Michael J. O'Farrell In the near future, there will be a very unique biological renaissance supported by extinct creature DNA findings and genetic engineering. The future ecosystem of humanity will be radically shifted physically, holistically and organically as we enter new, uncharted waters.
30 Sep 2019
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