Return of the Woolly Mammoth Possible?
A group of Japanese scientists who specialize in cloning mice after the cells in their bodies have been frozen, and even damaged, have claimed their techniques could be used to clone, and hence revive the now extinct Woolly Mammoths. For some reason, I think we should have these around again. After all, we were the one's that killed them off -- well, at least we probably hastened their end.
 Maggie Fox "Frozen mice cloned - are woolly mammoths next?" Reuters Nov. 3, 2008. (Accessed Nov 5, 2008)