Brazilian Scientists To Clone Endangered Species

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Brazilian Scientists To Clone Endangered Species

Scientists in Brazil announced their intention to clone eight native species, including the jaguar, the bush dog, and varieties of bison and deer, as part of an effort to help save the endangered animals from extinction. What do you think?

  • “Whoa, that could actually be a cool idea for a movie. Imagine—an entire island filled with deer.”

    Janet Walsh
    Casualty Actuary
  • “Well, they better hurry, because I’m killing the next bush dog I see.”

    Arjun Amit
    Prop Maker
  • “Have we learned nothing from the hairy predicaments of cloning detailed in Multiplicity?”

    Frances Ritmanis
    Mycologist