| Gone, 2004 |
painting of 63 species that have gone extinct since the 1700s
In this decade some extinct species will begin to come back
Rapid advances in molecular biology are converging with new perspectives in conservation biology to create a new field called “de-extinction.” Now is the time to begin public discussion of how de-extinction projects can best proceed responsibly.
On Friday, March 15, National Geographic is hosting the first-ever public exploration of the subject of reviving extinct species at TEDxDeExtinction, a daylong event at Grosvenor Auditorium in Washington, DC.
#infographic What We've Lost: Species #Extinction Time Line
: http://on.natgeo.com/Y6ZBcg #ChangeTheCourse
Opinion: The Case for Reviving Extinct Species http://on.natgeo.com/Y6fizR
via @NatGeo @TEDxDeExtinction @NatGeoLive