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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 AM

276 comments

  • Chin S.
    20/10/2020 14:13

    An extinct bird coming back is not evolution. Evolution is eg some fish turning into this bird.

  • James G.
    18/10/2020 19:18

    This sounds like a really long stretch. Quite a long period of time to "speculate on". Must have found some personal diaries to be so exact.

  • Aroti B.
    17/10/2020 06:24

    It's amazing !

  • Irene M.
    14/10/2020 18:18

    wie ungewöhnlich

  • Jem J.
    14/10/2020 13:37

    Incredible

  • Glenn R.
    13/10/2020 23:49

    This is entailing rising water is a natural phenomenon

  • Vinay S.
    10/10/2020 06:41

    but both the species won't exactly be the same, genes are continuously evolving.

  • Michael S.
    10/10/2020 01:28

    Dodos are in madagascar still.

  • Abdulkariim M.
    04/10/2020 01:24

    Really, the bird came back magically by a process named 'Iterative Evelotion"??? In other words, we thought the bird was extinct, but in reality it was doing well on in undiscovered land!

  • Marita L.
    27/09/2020 20:28

    Amazing.

  • Luisa S.
    25/09/2020 16:48

    Que engraçado!!!

  • Ashok P.
    25/09/2020 11:50

    Super

  • Christine B.
    23/09/2020 12:29

    This video doesn't make any sense

  • Soju J.
    23/09/2020 12:10

    Why can't you say then animal or other examples it would have been more interesting 😩

  • Gil D.
    23/09/2020 11:32

    I think this has happened several time in the last kajillion years. Nothing new here.

  • Carlos E.
    23/09/2020 08:32

    Obrigado

  • Samith W.
    23/09/2020 08:30

    😲❤

  • Michael
    22/09/2020 12:00

    😮

  • Luis R.
    22/09/2020 08:48

    flightless aldabara rails be like:

  • Jasmine P.
    22/09/2020 03:09

    Interesting. ,

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