Gallery: Russian University Team Edges Closer to Cloning a Woolly Mammo...


Earlier in the year, we reported that South Korean and Russian scientists were working together to clone a woolly mammoth from bone marrow found in well-preserved remains in the thawed permafrost of Siberia. Now an international team of researchers from Russia’s North-Eastern Federal University has found living cells in mammoth hair, soft tissues and bone marrow uncovered 328 feet (100 meters) underground during a summer expedition in the northeastern province of Yakutia.

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  1. John Wood November 21, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    I am very interested in cloning the Woolly Mammoth.
    John Wood

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