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01/17/2011 08:25 PM ID: 87493 Permalink   

Mammoths to Walk the Earth Again


The tissue from a Russian mammoth carcass is to be used by a team from Japan to clone a mammoth. According to the leader of the team, Akira Iritani "Preparations to realize this goal have been made".

The nuclei of mammoth cells will be used to replace the nuclei of an elephants egg. The embryo will be planted in a elephant´s uterus in hopes that it will developed to a full term mammoth.
The mammoth walked the earth during the last "Ice Age".

The problem with cloning was successfully using nuclei from frozen cells. The team will use technique developed by Teruhiko Wakayama of the Riken Centre for Developmental Biology. Wakayama´s method cloned a mouse from tissue frozen for 16 years.

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  Mammoth Hair Coats!  
and Mammoth burgers...
  by: MannyisHere     01/17/2011 08:34 PM     
You know, Manny, if it wasnt for humans brutally murdering wooly mammoths, cooking juicy burgers from them, and wearing their fur as coats, you and I probably wouldnt be here today :D.

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  by: joshjje   01/17/2011 10:41 PM     
maybe we can work on getting mammoth flavored seasoning packets for noodles then...

A second chance is hard to come by.
  by: MannyisHere     01/18/2011 12:32 AM     

*drinks mammoth milk*
  by: H. W. Hutchins   01/18/2011 02:31 AM     
  If this works  
I vote we next go full scale, real life Jurassic Park.
  by: opinionated   01/18/2011 03:19 AM     
"I know the human being and mammoth can coexist peacefully"
  by: joshjje   01/18/2011 07:28 AM     
  Does anyone have...  
a Dodo carcass? I heard they were so tasty that sailors ate them to extinction. McDodo, anyone?
  by: ofWolfandMan   01/18/2011 01:57 PM     
let´s use this technology for something outstanding!

the mammoth is pretty damn neat though, who has the dino-sawr D N A?
  by: averyz   01/19/2011 01:50 AM     
They´ll kill of whales, so now they can resurrect the species too... I guess.

Mammoth Sushi anyone?
  by: theironboard     01/19/2011 03:20 PM     
  If we are going to bring back extinct animals then  
we only bring back the ones we made extinct. The creatures that went extinct by themselves before our time or even naturally during human occupation of Earth should be left alone. If we don´t we would be f´ing about with nature again like we did when we made animals to go extinct in the first place.

If we bring back the ones we wiped out we would be undoing the damage we have done. Bringing back things like Dinosaurs and prehistoric things is pretty much doing more damage.
  by: MalcolmB   01/20/2011 01:52 PM     
  I disagree  
These creatures can´t survive in the wild, and even if we resurrected some recently deceased species, they would have no genetic diversity, even if we ever figure out how to make them fertile.
  by: H. W. Hutchins   01/24/2011 04:46 AM     
  My two cents  
  by: Ben_Reilly     01/24/2011 05:05 AM     
  by: Maddhatter   01/27/2011 12:23 PM     
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