Initial Stage Reached on Dream of Cloning Woolly Mammoth
The last major wave of deaths occurred about 9,000 to 12,000 years ago although there is evidence they survived in smaller groups near Alaska and at Wrangel Island, in the Russian Arctic, as recently as 3,700 years ago.
Pictures below show team if Yakutian scientists working with a carcass of a woolly mammoth
Top image: A woolly mammoth inside a permafrost cave in Yakutsk. Picture: The Siberian Times
The article “ Initial stage' reached on dream of cloning woolly mammoth – expert’ originally appeared on The Siberian Times and has been republished with permission.