Best news this morning! And it involves russians, Koreans and cloning a wooly mammoth!! Fabulous!! inhabitat.com/south-korean-s…—
cindy j (@cinnerj) March 17, 2012
Scientists are now looking forward to recreate a woolly mammoth, which walked on Earth 10,000 years ago.
Russian academics have signed a deal with a controversial Korean scientist to clone a woolly mammoth preserved in permafrost in Siberia.
Hwang Woo-Suk – who created the world’s first cloned dog, Snuppy, in 2005 – will implant the nucleus from a mammoth cell into an elephant egg to create a mammoth embryo.
The embryo will then be implanted into an elephant’s womb. The Koreans say research could begin this year.
ONE OF MY DREAMS IS TO STAND ON A WOOLY MAMMOTH AND YELL "THE TIME HAS COME"—
Brian Gandana (@WithGandana) March 18, 2012
The south koreans are preparing to clone a wooly mammoth…so long as they don't clone BHO—
Molly Stopit (@Mollystopit) March 17, 2012