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Baby mammoth found in Siberia may be cloned
18.07.2007 12:24
Baby mammoth found in Siberia may be cloned

Enthusiast scientists hope to clone the baby mammoth that was found at Yamal, Siberia, by fusing the nucleus of a mammoth cell with an elephant egg cell stripped of its DNA. The initiator of this idea is Larry Agenbroad - the director of the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota.
      This mammoth does not have any defects except for its tail was bit off. In terms of the state of preservation, it is the most valuable discovery of this kind in the world, the deputy of the director of Russian Academy of Sciences Alexei Tikhonov said. Larry Agenbroad also marks that there are only 3 exemplars of little mammoths` remains in the world and that to find them in any condition is great luck.


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