Woolly Mammoth Could Walk the Earth Again in 4 Years

A researcher from Japan plans to use a new cloning technique to make this happen If you thought “Jurassic Park” and the large, reconstructed skeletons seen in museums were the closest we’d ever come to seeing extinct creatures come to life, you might want to think again. Akira Iritani, a professor at Kyoto University in Japan, is looking to resurrect the woolly mammoth now that a new cloning technique can make it possible. Not only is it possible, but the woolly mammoth could also be reborn as soon as four years from now. Read more at dailytech.com.

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