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5 Answers

TheOtherTink
Yes

Sure, if enough intact DNA can be recovered.

MojoRising

I heard that it is possible

Rooster
Yes

I agree with the others. I think it's highly possible. Probably sooner than we the public think.

Tyto alba
Yes

Yes.  From what I've read it's undeniably possible.  Whether this is ethical or if there's a real reason to is what I tend to think about when this conversation comes up.

auxarcs Tyto alba

Humans caused many extinctiobs.  How could it be unethical to restore what we destroyed?  Does that mean its also unethical to have an endagered species list to protect thosecanimals humans almost made extinct?    

Marianne
Other

It is possible, of course, with cloning, but research has a long, tedious way, and the closest surviving "relatives" might disappear in the meantime.



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