Massive Glass Biodomes Could Save Endangered Species

By: | March 21st, 2014

Architect and engineering firm Samoo recently created beautiful designs for the National Research Center for Endangered Species.

Massive glass biodomes are the most unique feature of the project, which would essentially act as closed off and isolated ecosystems to breed and raise endangered species before releasing them back into the wild.

At the moment, buildings are expected to be constructed for birds, frogs, fish, tortoises, deer and foxes.

The conservation project is set to take place in South Korea and while the idea may seem ambitious, construction on the National Research Center for Endangered Species is set to start by the end of the year with an opening date marked in 2016.

Marshall Smith

Technology, engineering, and design enthusiast.

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