A Groundbreaking “De-Extinction Project” Aims To Revive The Woolly Mammoth, A Species That’s Been Extinct For Over 4,000 Years, Using Stem Cell Reprogramming

He also explained that reintroducing the mammoth and their grassland habitat would cause harmful methane gas to be converted back into the ecosystem through the grass instead of released into the air for the trees to absorb.

There is still a long way to go before the woolly mammoths are roaming the Earth once again, but the company remains hopeful that their conservation journey will prove to be a huge success.

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