Real Life ‘Jurassic Park’? Scientists Work to Bring Back Extinct Thylacine



The last thylacine was captured in Australia’s Florentine Valley in 1933 and transferred to that country’s Hobart Zoo. On Sept. 7, 1936, the animal — known as Benjamin — died in captivity. DAVE WATTS/JACANA/GAMMA-RAPHO/GETTY IMAGES
https://animals.howstuffworks.com/extinct-animals/bring-back-extinct-thylacine-news.htm

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