We're one step closer to cloning woolly mammoths, people9/12/2012
Will woolly mammoths soon be strolling the streets? An international team of scientists says that woolly mammoth remains they found during an expedition to Siberia this summer may contain live cells, which could allow them to clone the prehistoric beast. The North-Eastern Federal University in Russia said Tuesday that the team's discovery of mammoth hair, soft tissue and bone marrow found in fragments buried 328 feet deep may bring the world closer to resurrecting the animal, which has been extinct for 10,000 years. Lab work toward that end — or should we say, toward that new beginning — is currently under way. [Source]
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