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Re: anser this!!!ladyvirus ( 05/20/2005, 13:41:22 )
of course not! because if we introduce a new specie in our ecosystem, it would probably disturb it: by breaking the balance existing between species... plus why u want to break nature's serenity and perhaps cause new problems to humans (because we depend tightly on nature)???? basically i think it s impossible to do such cloning and if we do the specie won t survive the atmosphere and climate conditions we have now that are probably very different from the ones she was adapted to long time ago... and i think that this specie's DNA we could find won t be intact as the millions of years denaturated it and all we have is some fragments that aren t enough to do the cloning.MT Lebanon
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