Woolly Mammoth Bones Found in Russia Lead to the Possibility of a Real Life Jurassic Park

September 19, 2018

It seems like the argument “It’s just a movie” my not be an argument for much longer. Jurassic Park is upon us folks.

An article from Fox News shares that Russian scientists believe that with the remains they have found from these extinct Woolly Mammoths, cave lions, and extinct horses, a real life Jurassic Park is completely possible in the next 10 years.

The cloning scientists are currently using DNA from the extinct animals that was found in remains discovered in permafrost from tens of thousands of years ago. The experiments are already underway to create the lions and horses from the remains found in Yakutia, Siberia. These experiments are serving as a trial run for the cloning of the Woolly Mammoths.

While this version of Jurassic Park will not have a T-rex or velociraptor, yet, seeing a Woolly Mammoth in real life is cool and could lead to the revival of more extinct or endangered species in the future.

The new Jurassic park, or what they are really calling it, the “new world class paleo-genetic scientific center” is set to be unveiled next month by Vladimir Putin himself at a major investment forum.

The government is working along-side scientists from South Korea and Japan is this experiment.