Scientists Trying To Clone 40,000-Year-Old Horse

Scientists try to clone ancient horse as first step to reviving woolly mammoth

Scientists have taken cell samples from an extinct baby horse up to 40,000-years-old in a bid to clone the species back to life. The Russian-South Korean team claim the experiment on the male foal is a “first step” towards their ultimate goal – bringing the extinct woolly mammoth back to life.

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