An extinct frog that hatches its young inside its stomach might be making a comeback thanks to science! Anthony shows us this amazing little amphibian and how scientists are bringing it back from the dead.

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"Scientists Produce Cloned Embryos of Extinct Frog" The genome of an extinct Australian frog has been revived and reactivated by a team of scientists using sophisticated cloning technology to implant a "dead" cell nucleus into a fresh egg from another frog species.

"Scientists Resurrect Bonkers Extinct Frog That Gives Birth Through Its Mouth" It's been gone since 1983, but the Lazarus Project has brought it back to life.

"Jurassic Park Won't Happen: Dino DNA Dead" Based on the newly discovered decay rates for DNA, dinosaurs have been extinct too long to revive as clones.

"Woolly Mammoth Rising: Can We Bring Extinct Animals Back to Life?" After centuries of extinction, new plans emerge to bring back the passenger pigeon, Tasmanian tiger, and more.

"Researchers Decode Rock Pigeon Genome" A team of international researchers has decoded the genome of the pigeon, 5,000 years after it was first domesticated, according to a study published Thursday.