Saving Endangered Species in a Giant Glass Biodome

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Could a giant artificial biodome made of glass be what our planet needs to start saving endangered species? That’s a theory being proposed by Samoo, an architecture and engineering firm that wants to see the realization of a facility for the National Research Center for Endangered Species in Yeongyang-gun, South Korea.

Check out the designs of the proposed facilities below:

The Verge points out that, while this project may seem ambitious, Samoo has a good track record to put faith in. They recently completed the construction of the National Ecology Center in conjunction with another firm.

Construction on the National Research Center for Endangered Species is scheduled to begin in December with an opening in 2016.

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