The source suggests that it isn't difficult to clone a mammoth as scientists have already sequenced the 80% of mammoth gene and could bring a mammoth back to life by inserting the nucleus from a mammoth cell into an Asian elephant egg. The resulting baby would contain features of a mammoth. The current issue faced by scientists is that extinct species such as mammoths may be infected with diseases that other animals in tundra have lost immunity to over thousands of years . If these diseases are released into the environment it could be a disaster for the ecosystem as a whole. Furthermore, it is stated that using an Asian elephant surrogate mother could be risky for the elephant as mammoths and elephants only share 99% of the DNA and are as
De-extinction should be pursued because of its environmental benefits and its ability to solve some of our global issues. For example, according to Stewart Brand in his article “The Case for Reviving Extinct Species”, “ The mammoths returning to the north would bring back carbon-fixing grass and reduce greenhouse-gas-releasing tundra.” (National Geographic
Biology Issues Investigations: “Should we bring back the woolly mammoth from extinction? Or should we not tamper with the past and leave things how they are?
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This article focuses on the arguments for and against the idea of cloning or bringing back the extinct species of Woolly mammoths. The term scientists and researchers use for bringing an extinct species back to life is called de-extinction. George Church concludes that introducing these extinct mammoths into its native regions like the tundra, could possibly reduce the amount of heat released from the ancient grasses that previously grew in the Artic ecosystems. Church's ideas are directly from the followers who believe that cloning these animals and reintroducing them into the ecosystem will not only benefit humans, but also allow geneticists to protect part of the elephant family. Some opponents argue that de-extinction ethically isn't right.
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First where would they put the animals? They talk about bringing back the Wooly Mammoth. Due to the size of it, they would have to make or set off a large enough piece of land for it. Of course they could not just make one animal. They would have to make several of the same species if they wanted to keep the species alive and to grow their numbers. Then there is the subject of the ecosystem. How would the species be introduced into it and what effects would the new animals have on the pre-existing inhabitants. Scientist can recover DNA from specimens and fossils from up to 200,000 years ago. If they brought back an animal from 200,000 years ago then there would be a chance that the environment would not be the same. The plant life might be different. The animals that the extinct species might have lived with could of died or migrated to another location, thus when they are reintroduced into their old habitats the new occupants as well as the ecosystem could be thrown off balance. Ecosystems are one of the most fragile things in the world. They can easily be upset if anything is put in or taken out of the system. Introducing the new species is a risk. It could either be what is best for the ecosystem or it could possibly even destroy it in a short time period. If their habitat is the same as it was back then, then what was in their natural habitat that help in the aiding of their
To become an accomplished athlete do you really need to practice for 10,000 hours? In Gladwell’s Outlier’s book, he describes the need of people that become experts in their chosen areas to devote 10,000 hours of practice time to achieve that goal. As a high school golfer, I devote several hours a day during the school year to practicing golf. In the summer, I put in more hours. In an article from protourgolfcollege.com, it states, “To practice your golf stroke correctly 100 times is helpful; to practice it 1000 times is game changing. To practice it 10,000 times is life changing.” The article goes on to say, to become a professional golfer you must practice a minimum of 6 hours per day.
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In the beginning of the year 2011, Japanese scientists, led by Akira Iritani announced, that they plan to resurrect the woolly mammoth within five years. With a little luck these ice age giants who lived until 10’000 years ago may soon become the very first inhabitants of the world's first zoo for extinct animals.
Scientist are closer than ever to recreating mammoths. They have been working so hard for several years. But this is wrong. This is inhumane and just wrong. They died for a reason and if the come back they will not be able to survive. It is against all religious rules. This is wrong and close to a disaster.