Scientists have regenerated the ancient seeds of a plant (Silene stenophylia), which were kept covered under the ice in Siberia. Will they be able to regenerate the remains of mammals, such as mammoths?
I think it will probably become possible, but at the same time I don't think they should do it. If they do, those creatures will be essentially genetically engineered monsters, rather than truly natural organisms, it just doesn't seem right with me.
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