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A giant meteorite has just obliterated 95% of a specific biome. Fortunately, 5% of this biome remains relatively unharmed. The Global Committee for Environmental Conservation has chosen your team to research this remaining portion of the biome so that you can rebuild and restore it by reintroducing the native species.

Unfortunately, budget constraints will only allow your team to reintroduce designated numbers of different organisms, so your team must work together to carefully decide which ones are the most important to the biome to ensure its continuation.

At the same time your team must come up with a plan to present to the Committee that allows for human to use and benefit economically from the resources, without compromising the ecological integrity of the biome. If you are careless in your choices, the biome will be unbalanced, the organisms will die out and be lost forever, like the dinosaurs.