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World to Welcome Back Woolly Mammoth by 2016 by a Cloning Technique Pioneered In 2008

 
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World to Welcome Back Woolly Mammoth by 2016 by a Cloning Technique Pioneered In 2008
"According to Professor Akira Iritani of Kyoto University, a cloning technique pioneered in 2008 by Dr. Teruhiko Wakayama of the Riken Centre for Developmental Biology should enable him to bring the woolly mammoth back from extinction within the next five years.
The process in question was used by Dr. Wakayama to successfully clone a mouse from another mouse frozen for a period of 16 years—thereby overcoming the scientific hurdle associated with prolonged tissue damage when exposed to extremely cold temperatures."
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Re: World to Welcome Back Woolly Mammoth by 2016 by a Cloning Technique Pioneered In 2008
Why?
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Re: World to Welcome Back Woolly Mammoth by 2016 by a Cloning Technique Pioneered In 2008
Why?
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Re: World to Welcome Back Woolly Mammoth by 2016 by a Cloning Technique Pioneered In 2008
So they willingly bring back a MONSTER?
A creature so fucking dangerous it will destroy whole villages.
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