Off the coast of Australia there is an extremely remote island called "Bali's Pyramid."
There is nothing on this rock, nobody lives here, and very few people visit.
A few years ago, two climbers made an unbelievable discovery.
About 225 feet up the rock, they discovered a prehistoric stick bug called Dryococelus australis.
They discovered living insects that were thought to be extinct.
The first attempt to remove a male and female from the island resulted in failure.
The second attempt, spearheaded by zookeeper Rohan Cleave, was a success.
These bugs have now successfully bred, and there are now a few more in existence.
This video shows the birth of a giant stick bug.
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