Can Evolution bring back the dinosaurs?

,- Dinosaurs dominated the Earth for more than 140 million years before their existence was extinct due to the asteroid rain that hit the Earth.

Amid technological advances and the medical world, is it possible to revive these long-extinct reptiles and, if possible, is that something to do?

The classic concept of the resurrection of dinosaurs began with the discovery of mosquitoes containing DNA that has been preserved in the veins for millions of years.

Amber is a tree that has become a fossil due to the high pressure and temperature that over a period of thousands of years is covered by a layer of sediment.

The long-standing weakness of the resin hardens to form the gemstone that man has been coveted for thousands of years, Live Science quoted it as saying.

The preservable dinosaur DNA inside the bloodsucking insect buried in the vein is very interesting because it contains genetic information for the growth and function of all living things.

Could the ancient DNA obtained from damar serve as a genetic blueprint to recreate extinct animals?

But Susie Maidment, a vertebrate paleontologist at the London Museum of Natural History, quickly rejected the assumption that mosquitoes containing DNA stored in the veins for millions of years could help re-create extinct dinosaurs.

"We've had mosquitoes and biting flies since the dinosaur era and they've been stored in the veins. But if Amber preserves something, he tends to preserve the skin, not the soft tissue. So mosquito blood is not preserved in the veins," Maidment said.

Why did dinosaur bones survive for millions of years?

Researchers have also found blood vessels and collagen in fossils of dinosaurs, but the components do not contain actual dinosaur DNA.

Unlike collagen or other powerful proteins, DNA is very fragile and sensitive to the effects of sunlight and water.

The oldest DNA found in fossil records is about 1 million years old, while dinosaurs were extinct about 66 million years ago, IFL Science.

To understand this, we have to understand "evolution." It's a process that explains how every living thing (including humans) evolved from past living things over millions, or even billions of years.

66 million years ago, birds survived a catastrophic event that killed all the other dinosaurs and marked the end of the Mesozoic era.

So in fact, dinosaurs never went extinct.

Birds evolved from meat-eating dinosaurs, and thus, in a strict biological definition, everything that evolves from this same ancestor is a dinosaur, which has similar anatomical characteristics, quoted from the Swinburne University of Technology.

"They say the dinosaurs are extinct, but only the non-fire dinosaur is extincted. Birds remain dinosaurs, and birds are still evolving, so we will definitely see a new bird species evolving – and it will become a new dinosaur species," Maidment said.

"Naturally extinct animals, probably 150 million years ago, would not recognize anything in this world if you brought them back," Maidment said.

"What would he eat when the grass hadn't evolved at that time? What's the function, where do we put it?"I'm sorry.

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