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Scientists are on bringing back the woolly mammoth. The giant creature an ancestor of the Asian elephant. It extinct over 4,000 years ago, but scientists and entrepreneurs want to it back to life. The idea is like something from the movie Jurassic Park. Scientists will the DNA from the bones of a mammoth found in Siberia to the mammoth. They will also use cloning techniques. It would the first time since the Ice Age for a mammoth to on the earth. The lead scientist is professor George Church, a geneticist from Harvard Medical School. He an expert in gene editing. An entrepreneur, Ben Lamm, said: "Our goal is to our first calves in the next four to six years."

Ben Lamm is founder of a technology and software company called Colossal. He has $15 million for the research to forward. He said he big plans to the mammoth back to life and to revive other species. He said he to "rapidly advance the field of species de-extinction" and "to the woolly mammoth to the Arctic tundra". Mr Lamm believes the research will in innovations that will benefit biotechnology and health care. Lamm the project to the Apollo missions to the moon. He said they people excited about space. They led to the development of everyday products like freeze-dried food, and of technology such as GPS. Mr Lamm believes genetics will our lives.

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