Researchers aim to resurrect mammoth in five years
i had heard -- at least a decade ago -- that Japanese scientists were going to try to clone a mammoth. i guess developing the technique to extract the dna took all that time. i am very excited about the attempt, and i hope it proves successful. i also hope they clone more than one, so they can reproduce.
where will they live? it'll have to be pretty cold, or they'll die of heat exhaustion. isn't the gestation period about 2 yrs or so? i can't wait to see baby mammoths -- i'll bet they're adorable :)