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    Cloning a woolly mammoth

    With new technology, scientists think they may be able to clone a woolly mammoth by extracting soft tissue from a frozen specimen located in a Russian lab. I really don't like these cloning projects. Your thoughts? Scientists to Clone Woolly Mammoth in Five Years - PCWorld

    Woolly Mammoth's Second Chance to Beat Extinction

    Japanese researchers have announced their intention to bring the long extinct woolly mammoth back to life. Using a cloning technique, the Kyoto University team plans to used preserved tissue obtained from a Russian laboratory to create an embryo. Their plan is to remove nuclei from an elephant...