CEEDHome Banner MoaBringing back extinct species could lead to biodiversity loss rather than gain, according to work featuring University of Queensland researchers. UQ scientist Professor Hugh Possingham said the research suggested further stretching already-strained conservation budgets to cover the costs of de-extinction could endanger extant species (species still in existence).

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