The Possibility of Cloning Extinct Species
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December 6th, 2012 (11:37 AM).
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I dont see Deer, Cows and such going extinct anytime soon. They arent endangered or extinct. We're talking about brining back species that have been extinct for millions of years and whether we should do so or not. If a Wolly Mammoth was cloned, what would it do? Could it survive in the world? is there food that it could eat, etc, so on and so forth, that is the point Im trying to make. The things we do like this dont just affect us.
I never said anything about cloning a Wolly Mammoth. If we did have the resources to clone it, I don't see it being much of an issue. We could always just clone one, test food on it, and if It dies, we know it can't survive in this world. Experimentation never hurt anyone :/
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