Back up plan: Fruit. Not sure how that works. Have a look:
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.
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.
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.
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