Five Things #36

Benjamin 2073 by Rjurik Davidson, looks towards a future in which humanity is making progress toward restoring the environment and fixing the mistakes of the past. Ellie has spent the last ten years going even further by working to resurrect the thylacine, extinct since 1936. But with no results and increasingly impatient bureaucrats threatening to pull her funding, the thylacine’s future -— and Ellie’s -— is in danger of reaching the point of no return.

Ricky Church writes in defence of the Star Wars prequels: Are they really that bad?

And staying with films, if you are still looking for a way to pass the seemingly endless days, Paul Bramhall of City on Fire presents The Scott Adkins Starter Pack.

For the first time in 150 years, wild wolves have been born in Belgium.

Xan Brooks talks to Werner Herzog.

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