Extinct Animals You Would Like to See ResurrectedIrina2932
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Huge animal and it reminds me of mamoswine and ice age
I really want to see them again, they're my favorite extinct animal
Wolly mammoths could be coming back because scientists have found 10'000 year old blood from the icy carcass of a a female mammoth in Siberia. this could be used to clone the mammoths and bring them back to life.
Best extinct animal!V 1 Comment
Nice but remember Jurassic park?
Jurassic park all over again
It's one of my favorite extinct animals but I don't think this would be a good idea
don't ask - xTzThaeenV 4 Comments
The shark that could destroy whaling boats with ease, with bulletproof skin, the mega shark the size of a sperm whale that could destroy a pack of (overrated) orcas. As from The Guardian, since people complain about humans wrecking the ocean, why not level the playing field with an 80 ton, shark that could swim faster than a speed boat
Why do you wanna see this animal resurrected? I mean yes it's cool looking but this prehistoric species of shark can eat you up whole. it is the biggest shark to have ever lived besides the whale shark.
Nobody likes surfers and dolphins are over rated.
Well just be areful where youngo than. Megalodon dis not prefer all waters.V 4 Comments
I love these guys and they're my second favorite extinct animal (mammoth as first) but this wouldn't be a good idea... Especially because they live in North America and I don't want to be mauled by one
As cool as it would be to have dinosaurs and mammoths back, I think that we need something less dangerous. The Tasmanian tiger, or as I like to call it, the thylacine, should certainly come back. The story of it's extinction is kind of a bummer. Plus, there's even the possibility that they're still around. Either way, I sure hope that the day of September 7, 1936 wasn't the last we've seen of the thylacine.
It be cool to have these blood thirsty beasts around, I kinda like em
Bring it back
I wish I was borin in the 1900s so I could see one of these babies in person. They're just so cute. - Powerfulgirl10
Great idea! We will bring back the ones we have killed.
Bring back the damn dodo. The poor thing went extinct almost as quickly as it was discovered, becease it never ran away from us. Why?
It didn’t have to for ages! It evolved with no natural predators, so I would really like to se the bird get a second chance.
Some say Pliosaurus is rumored to still be alive. remember the loch ness monster?
I'd like to see a relatively peaceful ostrich roaming New Zealand. They look like cool big birbs.
I have never seen anything more elegant in my life. This is honestly one of the most majestic creatures to ever roam this planet. I can only pray that the decision to resurrect this beauty is made as soon as possible. It would be one of the easier ones to do and the thought of seeing a living one in my lifetime excites me greatly. Imagine seeing a giant deer with antlers over 12 feet wide and stands up at seven feet just at the shoulder. Truly a magnificent creature!
This was the largest deer to walk the earth until mankind hunted it to extinction. That was one huge deer with a one huge rack. Impressive!
Who cares about traffic, a Triceratops wouldn't. Stuck on the road with your Triceratops? Just charge through and laugh.
I think Triceratops should be resurrected back from extinction and would make a good candidate for domestication for meat and eggs, probably also for mounts (since they're large herbivores). Imagine seeing a farm full of Triceratops? :D - DinoLover4242
On September 1, 2014, it will be the 100th anniversary of the passenger pigeon's extinction. A century of empty skies. - GHOSTbirdnatureLOVER
If these dinosaurs came back, giraffes would finally have something to look up to.
Carnotaurus is my favorite dinosaur, but I don't want to meet one due to the fact that it might've been very aggressive.
A antlered crested pterosaur that lived by the prehistoric coast and sea.
Yes! Out of all the animals people are currently trying to resurrect, this makes the most sense to me. The only real reason they went extinct was because of over hunting, so they're habitat and niches are still there. Some other species I'd like to see come back include Huia, Bachman's Warbler, Gastric-Brooding Frog, and Pyrenean Ibex. Some I completely disagree with. How is the Woolly Mammoth number 1!?!? That's a horrible idea! They were killed a long time ago, and the climate has changed completely. Where would we put them, in a zoo? So people can gawk at them? There's just no place for Woolly Mammoths anymore. Other species, like the Baji River Dolphin and Ivory-billed Woodpecker, shouldn't be brought back because their habitat has been mostly destroyed, leaving nothing left for them...
These shaggy-coated elephant-like beasts reminds of the woolly mammoth
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