A well-preserved Wooly Mammoth was found in Siberia, and scientists are considering cloning it. Image © wikimedia
The mammoth, named Buttercup, probably lived about 40,000 years ago and there is a chance that scientists can introduce the creatures back into the wild by cloning or genetic engineering. Of course, before any of this happens, there are a number of ethical and philosophical considerations that must be resolved.
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