Future of the Environment

5 amazing animals we thought were extinct

Llamas graze in a valley at the base of the extinct Sajama volcano, the highest peak in Bolivia at 6,500 meters, April 13, 2010. The Sajama national park is one of 22 natural reserves in Bolivia, located some 250 km southwest of La Paz.    REUTERS/David Mercado      (BOLIVIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL ANIMALS) - RTR2CV9R

New Scientist has profiled five recently ‘resurrected’ animals Image: REUTERS/David Mercado

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