Scientists are now trying to clone the 40,000 baby horse found frozen in Siberia
It was just a couple of weeks ago that the discovery of a frozen baby horse began to spread. The animal, which is thought to be as old as 40,000 years, was found frozen in Siberia, and the well-preserved remains offered researchers a glimpse at a species of wild horse that has long been extinct.
Now, with such a pristine specimen in their possession, scientists are attempting to sample the horse's cells for material they can use to clone it. Yes, they are actually attempting to bring an extinct species back from the death... or are they?
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