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Several hurdles will need to be vaulted before the San Diego Zoo can build a Mammoth exhibit, though. The science of cloning is advancing quickly, but modern techniques don't have enough horsepower to handle the mammoth. So, the Revive & Restore crew may have to recuse a few other species first.
One or two mammoths is not a success. 100,000 mammoths is a success."
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I remember seeing a documentry/ video about a spot in Siberia being selected as a possible preserve for these creatures. I am not a biologist but if they did clone a mammoth it seems that Siberia would be a perfect choice. I know they found mammoth remains that had liqiud blood in them. So maybe in the next 50 years our grandchildren can enjoy these creatures.
Hmmm...interesting I suppose, but how would this affect the eco system and all?