Pleistocene Rewilding : Wild Animals May Roam Again

August 20th, 2005 | Filed under: Biology, Past, Sustainability | 1 Comment »

If Cornell University researchers and their colleagues have their way, cheetahs, lions, elephants, camels and other large wild animals may soon roam parts of North America. The plan calls for the establishment of large ecological history parks in the Great Plains and the Southwest to have elephants, cheetahs, lions, and other large mammals imported from Africa roaming freely. [article]

via Biology News Net

One Comment on “Pleistocene Rewilding : Wild Animals May Roam Again”

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