I had a bit of Latin in secondary school. Extra tuition on fathers insistence, as ‘all educated people know a but if Latin’. Hated it.... Was no good in my Mil job, but once I had to quit that onr I started in Medicine/ dentistry Uni and it helped tremendously. I guess as the Greeks were the predominant culture before the emergence of the Roman culture, and had lots of colonies around the Med, specially on the Italian peninsula, no doubt much if the language stayed and enriched Latin? I wonder why they have not introduced the Visent in Scandinavia? They introduced the Muskox in some places, but I remember there were problems with inbreeding or something. They tried to retrobreed the wild cow several times independetly, achieved visually semi authentic ones, but geneticalky not correct. Also all the re-creations did not have the ‘wild and ferocious’ streak the original one had. Read a couple of books about than some years ago. The Poles and Germans did a lot of that work. Maybe the modern DNA tech can help, but I doubt there is much interest beyond the Russian and Korean work. Maybe better to save what we have first?