Wooly Mammoth DNA Successfully Spliced Into Elephant Cells

Scientists have successfully spliced Woolly Mammoth DNA into the DNA of an Asian Elephant. The scientists spliced genes for the mammoths’ small ears, subcutaneous fat, and hair length and color into the DNA of elephant skin cells.

But don’t expect baby Mammoth clones any time soon.

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