- Nov 24, 2009
- United States
I rather doubt that would ever happen. Even if we do get something that actually resembles a Mammoth (aside from a slightly fuzzy elephant) there's no way that they would ever release it into the wild or ever breed enough to make a sustainable populationSteven Herrera said:It won't be long before poachers kill the mammoths for their tusks. I'm sure there will be a high price to be paid by big game / big money safari hunters. This is the unfortunate truth about what will happen. It is great that science will be able to resurrect these long gone beasts. I wonder if their instincts to avoid human contact will kick in since it was probably humans who pushed them into extinction in the first place.