Globe|March 15, 2021
DNA from critter dead 40 years saves species from extinction

JURASSIC Park’s sci-fi scenario of bringing dinosaurs back to life is a step closer to reality after U.S. scientists from a cloned a black-footed ferret that died black-footed nearly 40 years ago to revive the ferret that species, which was once declared extinct!

Now baby Elizabeth Ann, a black-footed ferret, has been grown from the cells of Willa, one of the critters whose tissue had been frozen after she died in 1988.

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