Ibex species resurrected from extinction

In what’s being touted as a first for science, a Pyrenean ibex is cloned from genetic material extracted from the last of its species to die.  They say mammoths are next.  I’m holding out for a miniature pterodactyl.

Jose Luis Gomez de Francisco/naturepl.com

Photo: Jose Luis Gomez de Francisco/naturepl.com

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One Response to “Ibex species resurrected from extinction”

  1. Extinction is Extinct | Blogging about animal behaviour (2010) Says:

    […] (accessed on 3April 2010). “Ibex_1250749c” by Jose Luis Gomez de. Francisco/naturepl.com. URL: https://zeitgeistinapetiole.wordpress.com/2009/01/31/unique-ibex-species-resurrected-from-extinction/ (accessed on 3 April 2010). “Reproductive Ecology of the Endangered Golden Toad (Bufo […]

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