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39% 190 votes
61% 294 votes
484 people voted
Yes - if extinct animals can be brought back, it could help... 165 votes

Yes - if extinct animals can be brought back, it could help conserve other endangered species
34%
Yes - if extinct animals can be brought back, it could help conserve other endangered species
I don't know, there are a lot of complicated scientific and... 181 votes

I don't know, there are a lot of complicated scientific and ethical considerations
37%
I don't know, there are a lot of complicated scientific and ethical considerations
No - it's a terrible idea and will only create more problems... 130 votes

No - it's a terrible idea and will only create more problems for the planet and existing ecosystems
27%
No - it's a terrible idea and will only create more problems for the planet and existing ecosystems
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CindyN

CindyN

  I think $15million USD could be better spent elsewhere.
cejones3

cejones3

  I would be overjoyed to see the Tasmanian Tiger brought back. BTW it's hybrid, not hydrid. Proofreading please!

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