Wooly Mammoth Blood Found in Siberia

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.... Ok am I the only one who wants to try a Mammoth burger or steak. Anybody?

Jack T Robyn:
And while you're at it, clone the West African Black Rhino too.

This was all I wanted to see. I don't get why they don't try this on fresher dead things.

Want...to see...MAMMOTHS! Jeff Goldblum be damned!

BeeGeenie:
I have one thing to say: Mammothburgers.

It'll take a couple of generations to get a population going, but once they become economically viable, shut up and take my money.

Starik20X6:
Ok, if you can clone a Wooly Mammoth, is it possible to engineer a pygmy wooly mammoth? One about the size of a German Shepherd perhaps? Tell me you wouldn't love to have a itty bitty mammoth hanging around your house!

I dont know which of these is better, because mammoth steak would be huge and possibly delicious, but at the same time tiny mammoth pet would be awesome.
Plus add to that when you have kids you can give it a tiny saddle and the adorable multiplies.

BeeGeenie:
I have one thing to say: Mammothburgers.

It'll take a couple of generations to get a population going, but once they become economically viable, shut up and take my money.

CriticalMiss:
This can only lead to good things like... MAMMOTH BACON! I can see it now. Prime Norwegian mammoths raised overlooking the majestic fjords by beautiful viking maidens. No mammoth cheese though, we don't want to attract giants.

Abomination:
I'm telling you guys, genetically engineered food is the way to go. Mammoth-steak! You can freeze the stuff and it'll last THOUSANDS of years!

digital warrior:
.... Ok am I the only one who wants to try a Mammoth burger or steak. Anybody?

We're talking about bringing a PREHISTORIC CREATURE back to life, essentially playing god and creating something no modern man has ever bore witness to before, and all you guys can think about is how you want it prepared. Oh well, I guess that's humans for you.

BTW: If you really want to know it'll probably taste like elephant, so stringy and gamey, but be even more work to prepare.

OlasDAlmighty:

BeeGeenie:
I have one thing to say: Mammothburgers.

It'll take a couple of generations to get a population going, but once they become economically viable, shut up and take my money.

CriticalMiss:
This can only lead to good things like... MAMMOTH BACON! I can see it now. Prime Norwegian mammoths raised overlooking the majestic fjords by beautiful viking maidens. No mammoth cheese though, we don't want to attract giants.

Abomination:
I'm telling you guys, genetically engineered food is the way to go. Mammoth-steak! You can freeze the stuff and it'll last THOUSANDS of years!

digital warrior:
.... Ok am I the only one who wants to try a Mammoth burger or steak. Anybody?

We're talking about bringing a PREHISTORIC CREATURE back to life, essentially playing god and creating something no modern man has ever bore witness to before, and all you guys can think about is how you want it prepared. Oh well, I guess that's humans for you.

BTW: If you really want to know it'll probably taste like elephant, so stringy and gamey, but be even more work to prepare.

And we're talking about PRACTICAL uses for it to serve humanity.

What's the point of doing something incredible if there's no practical use for it or there's nothing discovered by doing so?

Inb4 North Korea claims they cloned it and parades about an elephant with fur glued to it.

If the animal is frozen enough...I wonder if they could defrost and cook a small steak off of it...

That's be probably the biggest bragging right in modern history.

Guy 1: "I just bought a new $80,000 sportscar!"
Guy 2: "YEAH! WELL I'VE EATEN A MAMMOTH STEAK! SUCK-IIIIIIIIIIIT!"

For all those talking about mammoth steak or mammoth burgers, have I got a surprise for you: Scientists actually DID try mammoth meat a long time ago.

I can't remember when this was (sometime in the 80's I believe), but I read an article that they had found a mammoth perfectly preserved and wondered if it could have been used to sustain early man. The meat they tested was described as tough and gamy.

God, I wish I could remember where I read that. But yeah...at one time some brainy guys had themselves some mammoth.

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