In a very savvy and environmentally friendly move, South Korea has announced that it will soon be building a series of biodomes to protect some of their endangered species. A company named Samoo Architects & Engineers (SAMOO) drew up the plans for the biodomes, which will be located in Yeongyang-gun in the Korean peninsula.

The three-part compound will be built for the National Research Center for Endangered Species. One of the goals of the center is to preserve wildlife while sustaining a more ecological friendly way of living. The biodomes will have a multifaceted eco center that will include a visitors center, quarantine zone and offices. There will also be many high level research areas as well as breeding farms. Visitors will even be able to stay in the biodomes at an area called the Refresh Zone. The giant complex looks a lot like Jurassic Park, and we couldn't be more excited to see it!