mammoth cloning

It was a discovery of mammoth proportions. On Wednesday, Russian scientists reported that they had extracted blood from a 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth carcass discovered frozen in the Arctic. The researchers estimated that the prehistoric mammal was about 60 when it died, according to a statement issued by North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk.
A separate 2012 AFP report details what cloning a mammoth might entail: The mammoth was found in a remote location in the
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The woolly mammoth may be on the comeback trail, thanks to a deal signed today between prominent Russian and South Korean
The team will be led by Professor Akira Iritani, professor emeritus at Kyoto University, notes Mammoths were