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A collection of TED Talks (and more) on the topic of deextinction.
Video playlists about Deextinction
9 talks •
What is nature? Follow the camera's eye to many stunning places on the planet -- from the African veldt to the Amazon rainforest to the teeming world under the Arctic ice.
Is it time for de-extinction?
5 talks •
Is it time to bring back long-lost species? These talks tackle the possibility of a world where Jurassic Park doesn’t seem so science fiction.
Talks about Deextinction
Stewart Brand and Chris Anderson
Mammoths resurrected, geoengineering and other thoughts from a futurist
For more wonder, rewild the world
How we'll resurrect the gastric brooding frog, the Tasmanian tiger
Bring back the woolly mammoth!
The dawn of de-extinction. Are you ready?
Deep ocean mysteries and wonders
The weird, wonderful world of bioluminescence
Paul Root Wolpe
It's time to question bio-engineering