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Originally posted by Aquarius1
Now I suppose that will try to extract DNA to create a modern day dinosaur.
Originally posted by earth2
That reminds me though, what happen with the frozen Mammoth? Wasnt they supposed to be cloning that or something/
Originally posted by ELECTRICkoolaidZOMBIEtest
and to the poster above me: no, to the sheep did not last long. there hasnt been a successful clone of a large animal that im aware of. lots of mice have been cloned though.
Originally posted by silver tongue devil
Dolly lasted 6 years or so, that was certainly successful to me.
Originally posted by Watcher-In-The-Shadows
reply to post by TiM3LoRd
In fossilization all the organic structures are replaced by stone. Sure there is remnants but nothing really you can use to extract genes from. But there are rare cases like with that T-Rex bone and a couple hadrosaur bones where organic material is locked in and preserved.