Researchers Want to Clone 40,000-Year-Old Extinct Horse

The perfectly preserved remains of a baby horse belonging to a now-extinct species made headlines last week. Now, researchers in Russian and South Korea say that the 40,000-year-old foal, discovered buried beneath 30 meters of Siberian permafrost, could be cloned back to life. If they can do it, that will be another step towards the ultimate goal of resurrecting the woolly mammoth.

The remains are so well preserved, its tail, mane, and hooves were still attached.


From FOX News - Scientists want to clone this extinct, frozen prehistoric horse


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