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Cloning is not easy to do, and it's a difficult subject ethically, as well. It's beginning to appear possible to clone extinct animals. The idea: clone a woolly mammoth! Read more here: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/jul/14/wooly-mammoth-extinct-cloning-dna
1. Why is it difficult to clone a mammoth?
2. How do scientists think they can clone a woolly mammoth?
3. Describe the arguments for and against cloning the woolly mammoth.
4. Would you like to go to the zoo or a nature preserve and see a woolly mammoth?
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