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In a world first, scientists have extracted a gene from the extinct Tasmanian tiger and successfully inserted it into a mouse embryo.
It is the first time a gene from any extinct animal has been brought back to life inside another living creature.
Originally posted by the titor experience
reply to post by jkrog08
Those possibilities are not something i will even pretend to know the truth of - but i definitely agree our rate of technological advancement in the last 60 years seems to be phenomenal......
Originally posted by hoping for answers
That's absolutely amazing. I just hope we don't get in over our heads.... like in JP haha.
Originally posted by duffster
Guy's i live in Australia and i can tell you that many farmers in Tasmania and around area of vic say that the Taz tiger is still kicking around