Skip to comments.Extinct Animal Resurrected - Then Goes Extinct Again in 7 Minutes
Posted on 02/05/2009 7:47:48 AM PST by nysuperdoodle
For the first time, scientists have succeeded in recreating an extinct breed of Spanish mountain goat, the ibex, thereby bringing an animal back from extinction. For seven minutes, then the laboratory creation died again.
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The Ibex — he came, he saw, he thought “no way!”
We keep screwing around with this, and it will eventually produce ‘something’ that will be a threat to our species.
Hollywood loves to recycle old movies. Maybe they could tell this tale as a sequel to “Gone in 60 Seconds”.
Why didn’t they make a raptor?
How do you know they didn’t?
Velociraptors - the T2000 version- Velocirapterminators
Sometimes Mother Nature just drops a big hint.
Guess the only way to stop em is a large vat of molten metal, or a large nuke proof blast door crushing them.
Unfortunately, I don’t have either in my home arsenal....
Go to www.nukeproofblastdoors.com
They’re having a sale.
there is no other site on the internet like this one....
the Eastern elk (wapiti) is extinct but in Pennsylvania and some other eastern states they have transplanted Rocky Mt Elk. A species that could have successfully bred with the eastern elk.
There are subspecies of Ibex all over the mountains of the old world. Transplant one of them into the Pyrenees
Only the Pyrenean Ibex is extinct.
Other regional Ibex all over Europe, Near Asia and North Africa
HOWEVER, I'm also fully aware that this type of science will be exploited by -- for lack of a better word -- the ethically challenged. For these people, it will open the door to human cloning, and all the ethical considerations that attend it.
But the genie is out of the bottle already. I don't see how it will ever be put back either.
Visit 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. There are flocks of them there.
"I am a citizen under Spanish law, and demand a Bailout."
Just adding to the catalog, not sending a general distribution.
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