Scientists perform an autopsy on the well preserved remains of a 12,400-year-old dog.
South Korean cloning scientist Hwang Woo-Suk is gathering tissue samples to recreate a lion species from the Pleistocene.
Grieving dog owners pay a firm $100,000 to clone new pets from their deceased dog’s DNA.
The company behind the project plans to churn out dogs, horses, and up to a million beef cattle a year.
The beaks of chicken embryos were reverted into snouts more similar to ones seen in Velociraptors.
The procedure is the latest step in longer-term efforts to 'de-extinct' a creature that has not roamed Earth in thousands of years.
Everyone keeps asking scientists when they're going to clone a woolly mammoth.Trace is here to discuss how we're planning on bringing back extinct animals, and how recent discoveries are helping this process.
Cloned animals are moving out of the lab and onto the polo field! A champion polo horse was cloned as a way of preserving his athletic ability. Did it work? Trace has the answer.
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