Insiders plan to BRING BACK the Tasmanian Tiger that was wiped out nearly a century ago – with the help of Chris Hemsworth

THOR heartthrob Chris Hemsworth supports a ferocious attempt to bring back an extinct tiger nearly a century after it was extinct.

The Tasmanian tiger disappeared in 1936, but scientists want the creature to ‘extinct’.

The last known Tasmanian tiger died out in the 1930s

3

The last known Tasmanian tiger died out in the 1930sPhoto credit: Getty
The Hemsworth brothers support the Tiger's revival project

3

The Hemsworth brothers support the Tiger’s revival projectPhoto credit: Getty

Chris, 39, along with actor brothers Luke, 41, and Liam, 32, are investors in Australian genetic engineering company Colossal Bioscience, which is the Multi-million dollar project.

The same team has previously spoken of plans to revive the woolly mammoth.

However, experts hope to welcome the first living Tasmanian tiger cub – officially known as the Thylacine – in just 10 years.

The last known species died out in the 1930s after the species was hunted to extinction.

New discovery of dinosaur fossils explains the real reason T-Rex had short arms
In the dark world of illegal dinosaur fossil hunters whipping bones at celebs

Colossal claims the massive mission can be accomplished through the use of stem cells and special gene editing technology.

“The Hemsworth family has done much to protect the marsupials, and they lead the charge in bringing the Tasmanian devil back to the mainland and creating a population outside of Tasmania,” said Ben Lamm, co-founder of Colassal The Herald Sun.

“I came into contact with Chris and Luke as we were building our Series A and decided to invest in the company.

“They were incredibly passionate, not only about the return of the thylacine, but also how the technologies Colossal is developing can be used to help with marsupial conservation and gestation. We couldn’t be happier for their support and dedication.”

Thor star Chris said his family is committed to supporting conservation efforts around the world, particularly closer to Australia.

“The extinction of the Tassie tiger has had a devastating impact on our ecosystem and we are thrilled to support the revolutionary conservation effort led by Dr. Pask and the entire Colossal team,” he explained.

If the team is successful, they will be the first to “go extinct” a species.

Cyclists may be required to have LICENSE PLATES and insurance under new law
I'm a catfish, men say I'm ugly without makeup, but marvel when I'm decked out

But other experts are skeptical.

Professor Jeremy Austin of the Australian Center for Ancient DNA said so Sydney Morning Herald that the idea is a “fairytale science”.

Tasmanian tiger - also known as Thylacine - at Hobart Zoo, Tasmania, 1933

3

Tasmanian tiger – also known as Thylacine – at Hobart Zoo, Tasmania, 1933Photo credit: Getty

Learn more about science

Want to learn more about the weird and wonderful world of science? From the moon to the human body, we’ve got you covered…


We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Tech & Science Team? Email us at tech@the-sun.co.uk


https://www.thesun.ie/tech/9265716/chris-hemsworth-backs-tasmanian-tiger-extinction-return/ Insiders plan to BRING BACK the Tasmanian Tiger that was wiped out nearly a century ago – with the help of Chris Hemsworth

Fry Electronics Team

Fry Electronics.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@fry-electronics.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button