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theseanze's Avatar Jump to comment 15 by theseanze

That would be so cool! It would provide some more tangible evidence for people who don't understand evolution and DNA, but the sad thing would be watching it die out again in a demonstration of adaptations not suited for the current environment.
It would either be in a zoo--where reproduction doesn't happen much--or some preserve where it would be confused and lonely.

...what did mammoths eat??

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 19:40:00 UTC | #276350