Russian, South Korean scientists ink deal to resurrect Woolly Mammoth


Russian and South Korean scientists have signed a deal to research the cloning of a woolly mammoth. A mammoth’s thigh bone containing undamaged marrow DNA suitable for nucleus transplantation was found in the Siberian permafrost. The embryo will be implanted into an African elephant. Several experts have cast doubts about the feasibility of the project. Source: Discovery News, BBC