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The world’s largest organism is being eaten alive by deer
His name is Pando and he’s very nice.
No, the woolly mammoth won’t actually be resurrected by 2019
Contrary to many reports
First Human Clone Embryos Created From Adults’ Skin Cells
Another step toward having your own reserve of spare stem cells on demand
FYI: Do Cloned Wild Animals Have Instincts?
Let’s ask Betsy Dresser, the senior vice president of research at the Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species in … Continued
Mouse Cloned From A Mere Drop Of Blood
Scientists in Japan have been able, for the first time, to successfully clone a mouse from a blood sample drawn from a living donor's tail.
Aussie Tycoon Wants to Clone Dinosaurs for His Real Life, Resort-Based Jurassic Park
In other billionaire news today, a controversial and ostentatious Australian is supposedly planning a real-life Jurassic Park, complete with cloned … Continued
The World’s First Transgenic, ‘Handmade’ Cloned Sheep is Alive and Well in China
The world’s first transgenic sheep produced via a simplified cloning technique, known as handmade cloning (seriously), is here. Peng Peng, … Continued
Scientists to World: We’re Going to Finally Clone that Woolly Mammoth We’ve Been Talking About
It’s long been something of a holy grail for those bent on the idea of recreating species lost to the … Continued
Did an Ancient Kraken Create Its Own Friends? What About a Modern Jellyfish?
A strange arrangement of ichthyosaurus bones suggests that a giant (and hypothetical) Triassic-era sea monster might have enjoyed playing with … Continued
China Makes Clones Of Super-Swine That Survived ’08 Quake
The castrated ‘Strong-Willed Pig’ could not otherwise reproduce