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Did scientists ever bring back any extinct animals?

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They have ressurected a an extinct animal once (i believe it was the carrier pigeon) by using a goat to carry the baby. Sadly it only survived for 10 minutes but any animal we have a DNA sample of it is a posibility to bring back.

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An embryonic pigeon in a goat? What comic book was that in?
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Nope

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not yet but they've cloned animals so it's a possibility

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Scientists are claiming that they may be able to bring back wooly mammoths. I don't think they can though!

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They might. Read my answer. Blood was found on a preserved one.
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And if blood is found, chances if cloning are higher.
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No, but there's a contoversy right now about the possibility of cloning a mammoth.

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Scientists recently discovered a so well preserved wooly mammoth that blood was found in it. They plan on trying to clone one, but it may be many years before it happens.

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Isn't that so strange that we may be capable of cloning a mammoth? I think it's kind of scary the things that scientists can do these days...
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I'd love to see a wooly mammoth. If they do manage to clone one, I can almost promise you they'll name it Manny.
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Manny is such a cute name for a wooly mammoth! They would name it that
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Yeah...a cute wooly mammoth....
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