Scientists debate ethics of bringing woolly mammoth back to life by Wenchen

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Scientists are having a debate whether they should resurrect a mammoth by cloning. The remains of a mammoth ,called Buttercup, was found with the skeleton still intact. Genes could be extracted from it. However, once the mammoth is born from an ordinary elephant, a right condition must be needed for it to cope with.

I strongly believe that scientists should wait before cloning it. The appropriate conditions must be prepared so as to reduce the chance of failure. During the birth of the mammoth, scientists should check if there are any abnormalities within the body and study how they form. This ensures a better chance of success. Even if they really cloned one, they must find a suitable natural habitat for it to dwell.