In some real life Jurassic Park sh*t, Japanese scientists have cloned cells of a mouse that was frozen for 16 years. They now believe they can do the same for the Woolly Mammoth that has been extinct for over 5,000 years. “Now the technical problems have been overcome, all we need is a good sample of soft tissue from a frozen mammoth,” said the professor. He plans to travel to Siberia this summer to search for Mammoths in the permafrost, and once a suitable sample is found, he will use an elephant as a surrogate mother. He estimates the whole project will take about two and a half years to bring to fruition.