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How scientists are bringing this weird, extinct, baby-barfing frog back from the dead

"Biologists deactivated the eggs from the distantly related great-barred frog, and swapped the nuclei with that of the gastric-brooding frog. Some of the resulting eggs began to spontaneously divide, growing into the embryo stage. While none of the embryos survived past a few days, genetic tests confirm that the little balls of life were in fact full of the genetic material from the extinct species."

Harpy Eagle - largest and most powerful raptor found in the Americas, and among the largest extant species of eagles in the world.

Patiently Waiting For the Slow Ones, photo by John Horstman. Shield bugs wait for the last two eggs to hatch.