Will scientists successfully revive an extinct species by 2030?

This market resolves as "Yes" if, from now to December 31, 2030, scientists will manage to successfully revive an extinct species, leading to the birth or creation of at least one living specimen.

The species must have been declared extinct prior to this revival.

The newly born animal has to stay alive for at least one month.

Success must be documented and validated through peer-reviewed scientific research, official statements from credible scientific institutions, or announcements in major scientific journals or media outlets.

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I believe it is very hard to do so.

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I'm guessing this excludes animals which usually have a lifespan of less than a month? (Mosquitos/bacteria/fungi/etc)

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@BoydKane yes, correct

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