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Woolly mammoth cells brought back to life in shocking scientific achievement

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Cells from a woolly mammoth that died 28,000 years ago have begun to show "signs of biological [activity]" after they were implanted in mouse cells. However, researchers caution that it's unlikely the extinct creatures will walk the Earth again anytime soon.
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News video: Scientists Have Been Able to Wake Up Ancient Woolly Mammoth Cells

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A team of Japanese and Russian scientists have woken up the cells of a woolly mammoth.

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