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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.

05/20/2019 10:53 AM

115 comments

  • Julius W.
    03/02/2021 04:25

    Iterative, they made that stuff up! It didnt went extinct, it was rediscovered.

  • Kent A.
    02/15/2021 14:25

    You may find this interesting 🙌

  • Jaime H.
    02/15/2021 14:09

    Soon, humans will evolve too. Evolve into zombies

  • Jaime H.
    02/15/2021 14:09

    đŸ€Ł

  • Aditya M.
    02/14/2021 21:00

    This is mind boggling in pleasant way , so possibly dinosaur might also be somewhere following iterative evolution ! Science is ❀.

  • Oscar R.
    02/14/2021 04:21

    Wow!!!

  • Kester P.
    02/14/2021 00:46

    As opposed to "Elvis taxon", the etymology of which is hilarious!

  • Freddie S.
    02/14/2021 00:10

    I love this! Tnx Butch! 😁

  • Normell G.
    02/13/2021 22:51

    Its like a man or woman , marring the same person again no matter what , just kept coming for more

  • G G.
    02/13/2021 22:02

    Extinct? And now it just appeared. Science needs to work about Extinction lmao

  • Simon S.
    02/13/2021 20:15

    Love this

  • Diego L.
    02/13/2021 15:20

    this is dope

  • Nicola R.
    02/13/2021 14:04

    Nature is amazing. It evolved from the same genus. The lack of preditors allowed it to loose the ability to fly. Sometimes Nature will out!

  • Abdul R.
    02/13/2021 13:33

    Alhumdulillah

  • Leslie K.
    02/13/2021 13:16

    , very interesting

  • Hind H.
    02/13/2021 07:41

    If it went extinct, how on earth did it come back? I guess, this is just a stupid attemt to support that stupid theory of evolution.Not so clever.

  • Jam I.
    02/13/2021 04:18

    Hide it before china takes it.

  • Nancy R.
    02/13/2021 00:11

    hummm ?

  • Jenny L.
    02/12/2021 23:36

    If it went extinct no way it came back.

  • Jem R.
    02/12/2021 23:22

    natural selection