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Should Extinct species be brought back to life? (when science makes this possible)

Poll Results: 11,149 votes    vote on this poll
47%
No.
 
37%
Yes.
 
16%
Other.
 

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Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:13 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:13 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:13 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:13 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:12 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:12 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:12 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:12 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:12 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.

Abhishek R
Monday January 26, 2015, 1:12 PM


reviving some recent ones would be fine. reviving some small animals, birds etc, excluding bigger mammals should be good. after observing their natural growth over a few generations to check for any abnormalities in the genes etc. , further options can be explored safely.



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