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A Japanese professor in Kyoto, Japan seems to have take a cue from Hollywood: he says that he'll be able to create a woolly mammoth by 2015, a mere four years now, in a Frankenstein-like twist.
Even the professor, Dr. Akira Iritani, admits it sounds strange on paper. By using a new technique that was used to clone a mouse that was frozen for 16 years, he plans to bring a species that died out over 5,000 years back to life.