Biotechnology

Three reasons we should resurrect extinct species 

Using modern technology to revive extinct species is known simply as “de-extinction,” though the process is not what you’d call simple. Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Abby Norman

Associate Science Editor, Futurity

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