Should humans deextinct (revive) a Wooly Mammoth?

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Created: Tuesday, June 04, 2013 09:13 pm PST by homer2000.
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Should humans deextinct (revive) a Wooly Mammoth?

A carcass of a female mammoth was found in Russia that researchers say includes 10,000-year-old mammoth blood.

According to the National Geographic article posted below in sources, cloning an extinct Mammoth is quite hard and nearly impossible.

The question is, if humans are able to clone extinct animals, such as the Wooly Mammoth, should it be done? and why or why not?



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