Recent Autopsy of Baby Wooly Mammoth Provides Tools for Creation

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Will Woolly Mammoths walk the Earth again?

View the recent autopsy of a baby mammoth named Lyuba, a month old baby mammoth that died 40,000 years ago. Scientists were astonished to find perfectly preserved fecal matter and her mother’s milk in Lyuba’s intestine.

This is the first time in history that researchers have found a perfect mammoth specimen, so perfect, in fact, that scientists may be considering cloning the large extinct elephant by cloning a frozen cell and placing it inside the uterus of an elephant. Stats for Mammoth Cloning Trending: Older & Buzzing
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