How can we stop extinction? One solution scientists have been developing for decades is de-extinction — the process of resurrecting extinct species through genetic engineering.
One day, we might be able to say that the dog saved the cheetah from extinction.
Kittens and puppies growing up together isn’t that strange, but most people don’t imagine this with baby cheetahs in the mix.
Harvard scientists say they are two years away from creating a hybrid embryo with mammoth traits.
A new study may explain why the Australian megafauna went extinct around 45,000 years ago.
About 50,000 years ago giant animals called “megafauna” roamed Australia. We are talking about 1,000-pound kangaroos, 500-pound flightless birds, 25-foot-long lizards and tortoises the size of cars. And after the arrival of the first humans, more than 85% of these animals went extinct.
Cheetahs and giraffes have been placed on the conservation "red list" due to collapsing populations.
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