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Japanese Researchers Publish Study That Provides Hope of Reviving Extinct Animals-- and Saving Endangered Species


Science & Tech  (tags: environment, animals, science, research, endangered species, extinct species, genetics, cloning )

Levi
- 3875 days ago - ecoworldly.com
It's not quite on the scale of Jurassic Park, but Japanese researchers claim that they have successfully produced clones of mice that have been frozen for 16 years. Will this research help revive extinct animals like the wooly mammoth?



   

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