Ancient animals could be resurrected through the genomes of their modern-day descendants, Alison Woollard, an Oxford biochemist tells the UK's Daily Telegraph. For instance, the DNA of birds could be "de-evolved" to resemble the DNA of dinosaurs, the paper adds.

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