De-extinction — a viable conservation solution or an expensive intellectual experiment?

So, some species are going extinct. Some are coming back from the edge (I’m looking at you, Giant Panda). So what’s the big deal?

Under normal conditions, between one and five species dwindle to extinction every year. Recently, however, a study showed that pace to be accelerating, with several lost every day. As many…

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