Why would Paris Hilton of all people do this? Posted on August 17, 2022 by Anonymous Why would Paris Hilton of all people do this?
Didn't she go "I was only pretending to be retarded" at some point?
Didn’t Hemsworth already try this sort of publicity stunt with the Tasmanian devils that were reintroduced to the mainland and nobody payed attention to his involvement
For publicity and money from morons.
>star in a porno
>instead of playing victim and crying about use it to catapult your billion dollar personal brand
paris hilton is based
pretty sure she had the billion dollar brand personal brand by virtue of being born into the billion dollar family brand.
Any good person who gets a hold of money stays up at night thinking about how they can use it to do the most amount of good in the least amount of time.
Paris Hilton probably just thought it'd look cute in a purse.
>Any good person who gets a hold of money stays up at night thinking about how they can use it to do the most amount of good in the least amount of time
Publicity stunt to catapult back to relevancy. Anybody who has looked into Thylacines beyond popsci articles would know it's not a viable cloning option atm. Their native habitat is still shit, not enough viable samples to take from nor much diversity in them, not any super close relatives to act as surrogates, large roaming predatory animal will have huge targets on their back, etc. Cloning extinct species can be done with things like shrews, mice, maybe frogs if they get around to it-- but those don't make big headlines like the popular dog-like thylacine so are not attractive "start ups" to washed up celebs.
>not any super close relatives to act as surrogates
they're marsupials, just shove that shit in a koala.
Dobsegna seems interesting but didn't the thylacines seem to go extinct when humans introduced dingos to the continent? Are there no wild dogs in New Guinea?
There’s New Guinea singing dogs. The theory is the mountains are too rough for the dogs to live in but somehow I don’t buy that
Yeah, I don't imagine they'd really have that much difficulty. I could at least buy that it might be hard enough to navigate for the dogs that they wouldn't be as potent of predators(for any Thylacine that exist or existed) and that maybe the conditions make it harder to form a pack and thus another advantage dogs have over them would be lost. Look at the singing dogs too, from the wiki:
>"Since 1956, New Guinea singing dogs have been obtained or sighted in the wild chiefly in mountainous terrain around the central segment of the New Guinea Highlands"
>"The reported habitat of the New Guinea singing dog consists of mountains and swampy mountain regions of Papua New Guinea at an altitude of 2,500 to 4,700 meters. The main vegetation zones are the mixed forest, beech and mossy forest, sub-alpine coniferous forest and alpine grassland."
Hey, that's my site. I wrote that.
you're a cool guy
Thanks for making a Cryptid archive worth a damn
Generally I'm for this, but this species would be lagging behind about 100 years of immune system evolution for diseases which have evolved in a world without them, so... curious to see if it's feasible for these to survive, even after the scientists succeed at the cloning process itself.
If the process becomes possible I imagine any viable babies that are born would be kept in an insanely sterile environment until the process is perfected.
why would that even matter or be relevant
I mean all of the diseases that are specific to their species should be extinct or more adapted to other species now. Shouldn't be so bad.
current face of the hilton family; do something many will immediately think of good/in the best interest of the earth. reap the rewards of increased social media engagement and stays at properties