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This bird went extinct and came back to life thousands of years after

Extinct 136,000 years ago, this bird came back through a process called "iterative evolution". Here is the intriguing story of the Cuvier's rail.

20/05/2019 10:53

39 commentaires

  • Virginia L.
    24/06/2021 23:20

    Awesome !!

  • Selma B.
    08/03/2021 16:42

    er den ikke sød ?

  • Dawn F.
    05/03/2021 05:20

    Truly amazing!

  • Jasmine S.
    04/03/2021 03:32

    Interesting 🤩

  • Terese L.
    03/03/2021 05:30

    proof of variations within a species - NOT evolution

  • Tahira B.
    28/02/2021 06:29

    Glad you're back.

  • Vivek S.
    26/02/2021 10:28

    Save them from Chinese people 😂😂😂

  • DrMohd K.
    23/02/2021 09:19

    Alhamdulillah

  • Saify B.
    21/02/2021 03:18

    is that true?

  • Bonaventure C.
    16/02/2021 07:25

    .

  • Syamsuar H.
    14/02/2021 03:50

    Its Look like "Ruwak-Ruwak" in my country.

  • נלסון א.
    14/02/2021 02:49

    Never went extinct

  • Glenn M.
    13/02/2021 21:51

    So rising Oceans is a natural occurrence and not man made that is being advertised these days. mmmmmmm. The power of the untruthful media.

  • Fasi M.
    13/02/2021 08:46

    When human stop killing everything come back to normal

  • Kelechi J.
    13/02/2021 05:58

    One day dinosaurs will resurface

  • Lui C.
    13/02/2021 05:00

    Oh i had seen that once in my province.. its rare to see... I thought it was a chicken... oh well camera phone is not invented at that time... So i dont have evidence at all😥

  • Ali K.
    12/02/2021 21:53

    Couple of cats will have em exercising and flying at the speed of light in no time.

  • Abu D.
    12/02/2021 19:18

    evolution really did its thing with this bird...i hope all monkeys & apes will evolve too & become human...more humans yeay

  • Marlon B.
    12/02/2021 10:54

    Nice bird.now start bringing back those Dodo birds.

  • Pete N.
    12/02/2021 03:47

    136.0000 years🙄🤔hmm

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