A woolly Mammoth reproduced ?
Woolly mammoth reproduction : Fiction or reality ?
About these puppies, you probably don’t know two things. Each costs CZK 2.4 million ($ 100 000 ), and they are clones.
Welcome to the future. South Korea has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It is also the world’s epicenter of cloning.
Local scientists have accomplished the precise method. Dr. Moreau is cloning different species to perfection,
And what is their big goal? Prehistoric mammoth. You are using the meat of perfectly preserved exemplars found in the north of Siberia.
Concurrently Siberian tusk hunters who are searching for mammoth ivory, by looking for frozen mammoths in the permafrost of the far north.
That inspired us so to come to Seoul, Yakutia, and Moscow to learn more about humanity’s quest for profit by reviving the legendary mammoth.
Not only in Seoul, South Korea. Cloning is controversial Worldwide.
They will clone our organs. You will grow old, you raise your new self, take your brain out, and you put it in a new body.
We’ll take care to assure our government’s cloning for purpose reproduction is never allowed. Are we more like creators than creature?
Playing god ?
To play God In South Korea, not only if animal cloning is acceptable, but it is also business. At the Sooam Biotech lab, you can clone your favorite dog for CZK 2.4 million ( $ 100 000 ). The lab is the epicenter of cloning and led by Dr. HwangWoo-Suk, South Korean scientist allegedly questionable past.
He is also a partner with the Siberian lab that supplies him Frozen Mammoth in the far north of Russia. Their team has already tried to find intact cells of frozen mammoth tissue from Siberia. Potential surrogate mother will be an Asian Elephant.
It’s a very complicated process. I think about it we have to try. Cloning technology was first developed in 1950. Robert Briggs was the first who came up with this idea. He used frog eggs. He removed the nucleus from the cell frog egg added blast to cyst to it to reproduce.
Everyone then rejected the idea, considered it nonsense. Exactly 50 years later, Dolly was cloned with somatic cells. Why Clone Mammoths? Will have to do. And I believe it is us. We have the cloning technology, and with the most viable live cell, I think we can do it.
Don’t think it will be fun to find out. Hey, friend, are you okay with say, these are Michael and Jackson. Michael and Jackson? Michael and Jackson. So they’re the same. They are proof that cloning is not science fiction.
It’s a reality. Some of these dogs are intentionally genetically modified to carry markers. Maybe these dogs for Alzheimer’s research are cloned.
But to confirm that they are clones, they made them claws that fluoresce green. Their nails shine in the dark. I had three dogs in my life. Neither of them had claws that glowed in the dark as if they were going somewhere at a party to the club.
How does cloning work
How does Cloning Work? Hwang and his team first they take live dog eggs. Then take out the egg cell nucleus and insert it into non-genetic material from the desired clone. The egg is then subjected to shock, to begin cell reproduction. And the developing egg is then implanted to a surrogate mother.
In other words, this surrogate mother was fertilized by the egg of a Boston Terrier pet for an American client. She successfully gave birth to a cloned identic dog thousands of miles away could be an Asian Elephant who is disillusioned with the birth of a huge mammoth.
And so everyone with gasping breath we wait to see if the Asian Elephant can take a 30 thousand years old beast. What would you say to people who claim that Sooam is playing God?
We don’t play Gods, but I believe that as a humanity we are obliged to bring him back to life. How to get there? From Dogs to cloning an animal, which nearly 4,000 years ago? It is not easy.
Therefore, First, finding living on a cell in an ice cream found it is not easy in Siberia. Researchers are regularly taking meat samples from Buttercup, the most famous frozen mammoth, to find the key to what they might give them the possibility to resurrect a legendary hairy elephant.
40 thousand years old Mammoth
I’m holding in my hands a few pieces of 40 thousand years old mammoth tissue. It looks like wood chips, but it’s a thing that makes it maybe we’ll clone and bring back of an extinct mammoth. In other words, just literally holding the plot of Jurassic Park. A Woolly Mammoth reproduction seems not as easy as we thought.
As a result, once they find a living cell, they want to put it in the egg of an Asian sable, genetically closest relative of mammoths, and leave Asian Ellie to give birth to this strange, cloned chick from the Ice Age.
Those who sat with the scientist from Sooam lab wanted to find out what we can expect from cloning in the future. If we bring back extinct species, it also means that we can be able to help endangered species by that we use the cloning process.
Woolly Mammoths are going to walk the earth again? And I am so excited! Fluffy Elephants!