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Should We Resurrect Extinct Species?
Mankind should resurrect extinct species.
Resurrection would unlock incredible opportunities to learn about our planet, the nature of life, and where we come from.
The knock-off effects of resurrection research such as technology development and the study into extinct species could open new avenues for novel technological breakthroughs.
Mankind is most directly responsible for the elimination of species; therefore, mankind has a moral responsibility to de-extinct them.
Resurrection can help rebalance ecosystems that have been damaged or have disappeared.
Resurrecting the extinct would be good for the economy.
Such species became extinct simply by process of natural selection. To de-extinct them would be to go against the laws of nature.
Earth doesn't have the resources to go around.
We should focus on protecting existing species which are threatened, not on resurrecting those which are already extinct.
It is unlikely we could resurrect an extinct species with significant genetic diversity to allow for a healthy population.
Resurrecting extinct species could have harmful unintended consequences.
The habitats of most of the extinct species are no longer around to support them.
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