Presentation on theme: "By: Brock Peterson and Caleb Merritt Should Clone Extinct Animals?"— Presentation transcript:
by: Brock Peterson and Caleb Merritt Should Clone Extinct Animals?
Facts About Cloning Scientists have already cloned a Pyrenean Ibex. Scientists have extracted half of the Woolly Mammoth DNA. It will help other endangered animals from going extinct. There is already a group of Russian and South Koreans trying to bring the mammoth back. Scientists believe that it is only a matter of time before cloning can happen.
Setbacks Cloning costs a lot. Most animals went extinct because of Climate change. They could mess up the ecosystem if we go further back. Revolt against the humans. Do not want Neanderthals around. Jurassic Park Hard to tell what they looked like Extinct Animals that are cloned don’t last long
Benefits Possible to estimate the genes that existed in long dead Put them in zoos Boost Economy Can Finally See what Some animals look like. Be able to learn about them. Could Help Envrionment