Should extinct species be brought back to earth? In my opinion I think that de-extinction is a bad idea. Take the wooly mammoth for example, if scientists were to bring it back they could be taking resources away from other species causing them to disappear, humans might try to harm other animals that aren’t extinct, and scientists would have to successfully re-introduce this animal back into the lifestyle they used to have. Although some people believe that de-extinction is a good thing, I strongly disagree because of those three reasons. One reason that de-extinction is a horrible idea is that the species, lets say a wooly mammoth, could potentially take important resources away from other species causing them to disappear.
If the world today gave up hunting, wildlife would become non existent and animals would struggle to thrive due to disease and overpopulation. Outdoorsmen also gain plentiful amount of experience while hunting. They gain relationships, knowledge of the outdoors, and they maintain an old tradition and keep it alive and thriving. In the future hunting may become an even more pressing and controversial subject; however, we must do everything in our power to keep hunting alive. Hunting has a deeper meaning to some people and to take that away from them is in some ways inhumane.
Woolly mammoths (Mammuthus primigenius) have been extinct for a very long time, with the last of the species dying out about 3,600 years ago. But researchers say it may be possible to bring these and other extinct species back from the grave. There is significant controversy and critics over the idea of bring back to life and assert that efforts would be better spent conserving existing or endangered species. Critics of resurrection say reviving extinct animal could do more harm to conservation efforts than good. As for me, I would be disagreeing with the idea proposed.
Cloning animals is a great idea and I think they should totally clone animal and bring back extinct animals. They need to do this and they will bring things that we need and it would be fun and it would help us.The reason it would help us is because of the way that we would use our resources. Cloning animals has been a debatable topic since 5 July 1996 the reason behind it is the first big breakthrough hit when they cloned their first major animal. This animal is known as Dolly the sheep. “It can produce a larger amount of animal population.” Cloning can both sides on how to create animals with identical genetics.
Also, some scientists think it’s impossible for certain animals and not for others. For example, science says that they can’t get enough DNA from dinosaurs to be able to bring them back because they only have fossils. Wooly mammoths may be easier because their bodies have been frozen in ice making it easier to take the DNA and put it in elephants. This process can bring animals back that can affect our ecosystems in a very big way. They can also alter the ways of life in those ecosystems.
Killing Animals In the present, the world has changed in many sides. One of changing is numbers of killing animals are increasing continuous. Many people think what are reasons for this acting? These acting are a bad behavior and cruelty. The important thing is human who killed those animals.
For this reason, people should not be allowed to keep exotic animals like chimpanzees or tigers. Exotic animals are born in the wild, and are meant to remain in the wild because they can spread deadly diseases to human beings, and they are at times abandoned and end up
First of all, bringing back extinct species of animals will further human knowledge. While few records of prehistoric animals, including the wooly mammoth, have been recorded, reviving these long-extinct species of animals may help fill the empty spaces found in history textbooks. Finally, humans may one-day be able to truly experience and accurately learn about the Earth’s past. Moreover, reviving these once-extinct species may solve the dilemmas of their modern-day descendents. For instance, the wooly mammoth is an example of a species of animal that is being brought back, or at least is being attempted to.
If Jurassic Park is any indication, a dinosaur theme park will end in death and disaster. As the chief engineer in the movie pointed out, the park had all the same problems of a major theme park and zoo. If a lion escapes from a zoo, zookeepers are prepared to deal with the issue because zoologists understand a lot about lions. If a roller coaster malfunctions, engineers and mechanics are equipped to make repairs. If a dinosaur breaks out of an electrified pen, no one knows enough about living dinosaur behavior to do much about it.
If I have not gotten my argument clearly across that zoos are bad then I think you need to rethink your stance on animals in zoos. Keep in mind that thousands of animals, birds, and reptiles will find themselves far away from home, and once these animals are taken from the wild and are brought into zoos, they never go back. Animals must stay there forever until they die. They don't get to play with their friends and family. They never get the love and company of their fellow species.We humans have the potential to change zoos and ban them once and for all.