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Comments

  1. #1 Daniel J. Andrews
    March 15, 2012

    Then what? Is this just proof of concept? They can’t exactly be releasing mammoths back into the wild. Even if they did there’d be wingnuts, red-necks, and poachers behind every tundra hummock waiting for a chance to get a trophy.

  2. #2 Achrachno
    March 15, 2012

    Even if they had to be kept in zoos, this would be very interesting. It probably won’t work, but it’d be a big deal if it did.

  3. #3 Winterwind
    March 17, 2012

    If someone succeeded in cloning a mammoth I would probably wet my pants with excitement.

    If someone cloned a dinosaur I would just die of happiness.