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Japanese scientists make breakthrough in cloning a woolly mammoth

Cells recovered from a 28,000-year-old mammoth have shown signs of life. Although experts say the prehistoric beasts are unlikely to be walking among us soon, cell-regeneration technology could have other benefits.

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