Mammoths and mastodons could come back to life through cloning, again thanks to an experiment from Jurassic Park.
According to scientists, it is not inconceivable that mammoths may once again walk the planet. The resurrection of the experiment could help the movie Jurassic Park. It is in this sci-fi thriller from 1993, biologists used the DNA of extinct dinosaurs and it could come alive again. This experiment, although impossible in real dinosaurs, but thousands of years of extinct mammoths would have allegedly ability to come alive through DNA cloning.
Canadian researchers believe that the re-resurrection of the mammoth could be used not only to their own DNA but also proteins from the bodies of other animals still alive. Assistance in the experiment could mainly Indian elephant, who is a close relative of the mammoth.
DNA 43 000 years old: Appropriate mammoth DNA experts would get the bones preserved frozen Siberian specimens of old to 43 thousand years. Blood of Mammoth well apace with frost and this is why their DNA preserved in bones that were found years ago, yet still frozen.
Their blood antifreeze was able to carry oxygen around the body even at very low temperatures, said Professor Kevin Campbell, who participates in research on mammoths. For this reason, it is therefore unlikely that this technique would also apply to other animal species which are extinct a few million years.