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« on: November 01, 2019, 04:11:31 am »

This should be an interesting ethical question: Should extinct animals be allowed to be cloned? I've recently watched a documentary about the most recent global ice age, and scientists found preserved blood of a mammoth in Russian permafrost for 40,000 years (here is an article about the discovery). So theoretically, it could be possible to clone the mammoth. The scientists, however, raised the question whether this would be ethical or not.

I have mixed feelings, but generally think it shouldn't be just outlawed. Thoughts?
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