Blood found in frozen woolly mammoth could lead to cloning

Russian scientists found blood in a frozen 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth carcass that was discovered this month on a remote Arctic Ocean island. "This find gives us a really good chance of finding live cells, which can help us implement this project to clone a mammoth," said Semyon Grigoryev, leader of the expedition from the Yakutsk-based Northeastern Federal University.

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