Michael Archer:
How we'll resurrect the gastric brooding frog, the Tasmanian tiger

TEDxDeExtinction · 17:36 · Filmed Mar 2013
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The gastric brooding frog lays its eggs just like any other frog — then swallows them whole to incubate. That is, it did until it went extinct 30 years ago. Paleontologist Michael Archer makes a case to bring back the gastric brooding frog and the thylacine, commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger. (Filmed at TEDxDeExtinction.)

Paleontologist Michael Archer is working to bring back his favorite extinct animal: the Tasmanian tiger. Full bio
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