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    entire skeleton of a mammoth was dug up in Michigan, and it has raised many questions as to what exactly happened to the woolly mammoth, the great best of the Ice Age. Did Humans Kill the Mammoth? Dan Fisher, paleontologist Dan Fisher proposes that prehistoric people may have killed and butchered the newly discovered mammoth, and what they didn’t consume immediately was refrigerated in the depths of a frigid lake. Other scientists argue that there is no certainty as to what killed the mammoth unless bones are examined for cuts or other clues. The fact remains that the reason for the extinction of the woolly mammoth, as well as 36 other North American mammoth species at the end of the Ice Age, remains largely unknown and also largely disputed. While it could have been the cavemen, it may as well have been due to a changing climate.…

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    While they have been successful at making another Bucardo, it died in its first few minutes. Plus it’s even harder to do these experiments on animals that have been extinct longer like the wooly mammoth. The DNA of these creatures have been preserved in the ice age but have still been damaged. When scientists performed this experiment on the bucardo it was much easier because they had a freshly preserved batch of the stuff they needed. When they have all the stuff they need it will be easier for…

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    In June of 1993, the much anticipated Jurassic Park was introduced to theaters everywhere, which, according to Box Office Mojo, generated over $47,000,000 in profits on its opening weekend alone. The movie, detailing mass panic as carnivorous dinosaurs, painstakingly brought back from extinction, break away from their artificial habits and wreak havoc on their keepers, both captivated and horrified the imagination of its viewers. Although the events portrayed by Jurassic Park have forever…

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    the Tasmanian Tiger, and the Woolly Mammoth are all among the faction of species that are extinct but that could possibly be revived. In fact, a poll issued on National Geographic’s website allows users to simply and effortlessly vote for which extinct species they would like most to see resurrected. Astonishingly, scientists have actually finagled a way to potentially make this poll useful. Biological scientists have discovered a method to conceivably resurrect extinct animals from their…

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    appearance or mix two kind of different species making news ones. Not only is this wrong but creating new creature from scratch can cause some complication and more stronger and resistance creature to viruses and weapons. Human one day will make a creature so strong that it could wipe out a whole city. But what about morals ? The dead should stay dead once dead it impossible to bring someone back to life let alone cloning in with=ch none of the personality of the previous life is the same.…

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    The Beresovka Mammoth

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    “A mammoth is a type of elephant which is now extinct but widespread throughout the middle and high latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere during the Pleistocene and early Holocene .It was distinguished by its long hair, thick woolly under fur and long tusks which curved upward and outwards .The woolly mammoths became extinct in 10000BC.” - According to the oxford dictionary The riddle of the frozen mammoths has puzzled scientists for many years. They have been wandering if these animals existed…

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    Cloning A Cloned Mammoth

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    The author provides the reason why scientists think that the woolly mammoth should be cloned because some scientists think that cloning a mammoth is either a good/bad idea. They found a full-body example of a mammoth "embedded in ice on a remote island" in 2013 (Grant). Some scientists think that because the ice kept the body and blood so well preserved, the might be able to clone the animal. The author provides these reasons to tell his/her audience that some scientists think that having a…

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    new discovery was released in 2016, when a bulldozer operator in northwestern Oklahoma uncovered a Columbian Mammoth skull. Mammoths lived during the Paleolithic Era beginning 2.6 million years ago until roughly 10,000 YBP. This time period was also known as the Pleistocene Epoch, which was later followed by the current stage we live in today, the Holocene Epoch. According to the sixth threshold, 200,000 years ago mammoths were hunted by neanderthals, (early homo sapiens), which were used as…

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    Attack of the Mammoth Response The hero in this story is the boy, even though the boy is not the main character in the story he still exhibits the traits of the hero. He fights for good by killing the mammoth and he has otherworldly help in the form of his magical arrows and trousers. He also exhibits humility, in the story he doesn’t speak one word about how he had these magical powers, there was no mention of his capabilities and was purposely avoided by the rest of the villagers, and yet when…

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    Woolly Mammoth Essay

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    better understand ancient creatures. A scientist by the name of Campbell wanted to find out how the woolly mammoth lived and adapted to such cold climates. Fossils show they originated in the subtropics of Africa, then migrated to Siberia less than two million years ago. DNA is the building block of life, giving each of us our traits. There are two specific types of DNA: simple loops located in the mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell, and complex DNA which is located the…

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