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This photo shows a museum worker inspecting a replica of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), a relative of modern elephants that went extinct 3,000 to 10,000 years ago. Scientists in Russia and South Korea have embarked on an ambitious project to try to create a living specimen using the DNA-storing nucleus of a preserved mammoth cell and an Asian elephant egg.

20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings (cave paintings, lascaux cave paintings, altamira cave paintings) - ODDEE

Thylacine: the Tasmanian Tiger (extinct since 1936) won't lie that thing is a tad scary...probably shouldn't have put it under How cute!

Daily Paleo Art Month #20: Schinderhannes And we’re finishing the month with one of my favorite groups of extinct animals – the anomalocaridids! Schinderhannes here came from the Lower Devonian of Germany, about 407 million years ago – and since all...

Ten extinct animals that have been rediscovered. This is the Gilbert's Potoroo, it was thought to be extinct by 1909. It was rediscovered in 1994.

Only one Quagga was ever photographed alive and only 23 skins are preserved today. - The quagga was the first extinct animal to have its DNA analysed, this 1984 study launched the field of ancient DNA analysis.- The test confirmed that the quagga was more closely related to zebras than to horses.Quaggas became extinct at the end of the 19th century.

Only one quagga was ever photographed alive and only 23 skins are preserved today.The quagga was the first extinct animal to have its DNA analysed,and this 1984 study launched the field of ancient DNA analysis. It confirmed that the quagga was more closely related to zebras than to horses.

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