CIA Dangerous Species Division (S/F)

The Central Intelligence Agency’s Dangerous Species Division was headquartered in San Francisco, and was designed for the purpose of tracking and corralling de-extinct species that posed a threat to the public. This agency may have operated in co-operation with the Department of Prehistoric Wildlife in it’s goals of transferring aggressive species. In addition to this mission, the Dangerous Species Division also dealt with Dinosaur traffickers, and attempting to stop the illegal cloning of extinct species.

Among the agency’s operatives were; Franklin Webb, Vivian Krill, Lowery Cruthers, and worked with other agency operatives such as French Operative, Barry Semebene. The agency was also monitoring the Amber Clave Night Market in an attempt to shut it down, and had stationed Barry Sembene as an undercover agent.