Russian scientists plan to bring woolly mammoths back

Woolly mammoth

Woolly mammoth in the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, Canada. Image: Flying Puffin.




PanARMENIAN.Net – There are plans for scientists in Russia to attempt to bring woolly mammoths back from extinction.

It might all sound a bit like Jurassic Park but it’s a serious project, BBC says.

Experiments will involve searching for and studying whole cells in the remains of well-preserved ancient animals, such as mammoths, to see if it is possible to clone them after they’ve become extinct.

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