Spending Millions to Bring Back These Extinct Animals

1. Freshwater Dolphin: There are many different types of freshwater dolphins still actively thriving around the world.

2. Woolly Rhinoceros: In 2018, Russia’s Northern-Eastern Federal University announced exciting plans to try.

3. Great Auk: If you haven’t heard of the great auk, you’re not the only one. 

4. The Moa: When researchers at Harvard University started toying with the idea of using old DNA.

5. Pyrenean Ibex: It’s always sad when a species goes extinct in modern times, as it could’ve likely been prevented.

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6. The Quagga: The quagga is interesting in both name and biology. 

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7. Labrador Duck: The Labrador duck dwelled in North America right up until 1878. 

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8. Gastric-Brooding Frog: In 2013, scientists at the University of New South Wales were very pleased with themselves.

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9. Short-Faced Bear: It might be hard to believe now, but the short-faced bear was once the most common North American bear.

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10. Heath Hen: Once upon a time, the elegant heath hen could be found anywhere from Maine to the Carolinas.

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11. Cuban Macaw: When thinking about what animals would be good for de-extinction.

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12. Ivory-Billed Woodpecker: The ivory-billed woodpecker is an interesting-looking bird, not least because of its unique head.

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13. Tasmanian Tiger: The Tasmanian tiger was a majestic creature, making its extinction in 1936.

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