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    Which Extinct Creature Would You Bring Back? (Look at Choices First Then Comment)

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    James Inkton

    Sep-23-2019 5:52 AM

    Smilodon

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    Woolly Mammoth

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    Ground Sloth

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    Dodo

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    Moa

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    Woolly Rhinoceros

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    Irish Elk

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    Siberian Unicorn

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    "A Dino Doesn’t Win

    Because of Popularity, It's Because of Science"

    James Inkton, August 28th, 2019.

     

    43 Responses to Which Extinct Creature Would You Bring Back? (Look at Choices First Then Comment)

    Flyleaf-Rapt0r

    Sep-23-2019 6:22 AM

    Dodo because they cute

    The days are leading up to Smashmas, my friends!

     

    Flyleaf-Rapt0r

    Sep-23-2019 6:22 AM

    Or a saber.

    The days are leading up to Smashmas, my friends!

     

    Gmkgoji

    Sep-23-2019 8:06 AM

    Dodo, but have a larger number of them

    BANG! AGAIN!

     

    TheLazyFish

    Sep-23-2019 8:34 AM

    Crap ton of dodos. Probably taste delicious lol

    If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.

    TheLazyFish

    Sep-23-2019 8:34 AM

    Crap ton of dodos. Probably taste delicious lol

    If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.

    MinecraftDinoKaiju

    Sep-23-2019 2:58 PM

    Dodo. Could be bred quickly, much safer to take care of, and be much more protected due to our modern outlook on preserving species instead of eating them like we did at the time the Dodo went extinct.

    Sci-Fi King25

    Sep-23-2019 8:36 PM

    Mammoth. There’s some environmental benefit to having them up in Siberia. I think it’s breaking up the methane buildups or something?

    “Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

    TheLazyFish

    Sep-23-2019 8:45 PM

    Wait, is that actually a thing? If so, how does that work?

    If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.

    Xenotaris

    Sep-23-2019 8:48 PM

    I would bring them all back, help restore the north american and russian ecosystems back to the early holocene

    Flyleaf-Rapt0r

    Sep-24-2019 4:59 AM

    In fact, I'd like to have the Tasmanian Tiger back, but it's not in the options. 

    The days are leading up to Smashmas, my friends!

     

    Sci-Fi King25

    Sep-27-2019 7:51 PM

    @TheLazyFish:

    https://theconversation.com/amp/could-resurrecting-mammoths-help-stop-arctic-emissions-95956

    “Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

    TheLazyFish

    Sep-27-2019 11:24 PM

    ... Well that's fucking ominous!

    Of course I'm just kidding... but that's pretty interesting... still not sure why we can't just use present day animals instead of Mammoths... is it because of their size or tusks or niche or what have you?

    If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.

    Sci-Fi King25

    Oct-10-2019 7:03 PM

    I think modern elephants can’t handle the cold of Siberia. 

    “Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

    dk

    Oct-10-2019 11:31 PM

    I like them all, especially the dodo. But it died because it trusted humans too much. Being tasty, they went extinct. I would leave them all alone since they became extinct for a reason. 

    Alphadino65

    Oct-12-2019 11:38 PM

    None of them. 

    Reason:  Dr Grant's lunchroom quote from Jurassic Park.

    Xenotaris

    Oct-13-2019 12:09 PM

    Yeah but applies to creatures that went extinct millions of years through natural events. These animals were wiped out by humans, so bringing these animals back would re-balance the ecosystem

    Xenotaris

    Oct-13-2019 12:15 PM

    Smilodon went extinct because humans wanted less compeitions.

    Mammoths (especially the Columbian Mammoth) went extinct due to overhunting by humans.

    Dodos went extinct because of human colonization and animals brought over from the mainland due to humans.

    Sloths went extinct due to overhunting by humans

    Irish Elk were overly hunted by human to extinction

    Wholly Rhinoceros were hunted to extinct by Humans

    Moas were hunted to extinction by humans

    The siberian unicorn I'm not sure if its extinct was natural or was caused by humans.

    so Dr. Grants quote doesn't work for this situation because if humans were here they would have still be alive to this day. I suppose we should kill off the endanger species because they shouldn't be alive because they are half way extinct, that is your logic, @Alphadino65?

     

    dk

    Oct-13-2019 12:32 PM

    If we brought them back, we would probably just repeat history like we usually do. They would also cause an imbalance of established species and compete for their resources etc...

    As for keeping some things around like pandas, good question. Intervention/protection seems to rely on the degree of cuteness and revenue potential.

    Xenotaris

    Oct-13-2019 1:01 PM

    How would they cause an imbalance to the ecosystem? we hunted them to extinction and now the niches they once filled are left empty @DK

    dk

    Oct-13-2019 1:12 PM

    Go look at how wolf populations have changed in America over the years. The hallowed creature was close to being endangered before being protected. Now their numbers have grown but live stock farmers and pet owners see them as a threat to their lively hoods and therefore an enemy. And the wolves are just doing what comes natural to them.

    On a small scale, look what happens to rodent populations when cats and other predators are removed from the mix.

    What niches are left empty? When something becomes extinct, something else will fill the void. 

    Xenotaris

    Oct-13-2019 1:32 PM

    So are you saying we should wipe the wolves to extinction?

    Well its plain to see Humans are the causer of the imbalance, if humans didn't exist the smilodon and all of the extinct creatures above would still be around. 

    dk

    Oct-13-2019 1:44 PM

    Wolves need to be managed. They are very intelligent creatures as well. But it's hard to blame farmers for protecting their investments and getting fined for doing so. 

    And yes- humans are a cause of the imbalance. I live in a decent sized city and urban sprawl has pushed wild creatures into the cities because housing developments have pushed them away with nowhere to go. They are a novelty at first but then people's pets start to disappear and garbage cans are knocked over etc... It's hard to see how bringing back extinct species could work and why do it in the first place.

    Xenotaris

    Oct-13-2019 1:48 PM

    maybe we need to do something about the increasing human population, because at this rate any animal that is not a farm animal will become extinct then there will be no ecosystems if the human threat isn't solved.

    dk

    Oct-13-2019 1:53 PM

    The elephant in the room- over population. Suggesting curtailing it can make one look rather Big Brotherish though. Mr Smith from the Matrix was correct in describing humans as a virus.

    Xenotaris

    Oct-13-2019 1:58 PM

    I think humans are more like termites than a virus, humans are not very adaptable like most people say. We build our own environments, much like a termite rather than evolving to said environment like a virus. 

    I think some form of purging should lower the human populations or perhaps we need to design ourselves a natural predator to keep our population in check.

    dk

    Oct-13-2019 2:39 PM

    we need to design ourselves a natural predator to keep our population in check.

    A bit OT, but this could be a great premise for a Sci Fi series!

    MinecraftDinoKaiju

    Oct-13-2019 4:22 PM

    @dk Well, this is called Scified.com for a reason. ;)

    Jk. Lol :)

    But in all seriousness, that does sound like a cool idea. Hopefully it gets made sometime soon.

    dk

    Oct-13-2019 4:43 PM

    MinecraftDinoKaiju I think the premise has been done, but maybe not as a predator type. And by predator I don't mean The Predator. It would be natural so that should rule out any AI or synths. 

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