Thursday, December 8, 2011

Mammoth Planned to be Cloned in 5 Years by Scientists

Scientists are planning to clone a mammoth in five years. This mammoth will be a real, live, furry, mammoth.

Russian scientists from Sakha Republic's Museum and Japanese scientists from Kinki University are teaming up to achieve this goal. They plan on reaching this goal in five years.

The scientists will are planning to use bone marrow DNA to clone the mammoth. The mammoth DNA will then be put into the nuclei of an elephant egg. The egg then has to be delivered. This complicated task will need the five years to make sure it works.

One day we could be seeing mammoths roaming the Earth as if they never left. We will find out in about five years.

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