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12-May-2019 03:16

This cookie stores just a session ID; no other information is captured.Accepting the NEJM cookie is necessary to use the website.The melting of the permafrost represents one of humanity’s greatest fears for it contains vast amounts of methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide.If it were all to melt – a process that would start on an epic scale after about four degrees of warming – it would likely tip the planet into an extreme scenario the full horror of which is hard to describe.The research expedition also found the tusk of a pygmy mammoth, an extinct species of dwarf elephant.

Today in Yakutsk, the coldest city on Earth, the pre-historic specimens were revealed to the media in a permafrost cave, perhaps reminiscent of their natural habitat when they roamed Siberia.

The project is just one of several teams racing to produce a clone of a mammoth.

Scientists plan to combine cells from frozen woolly mammoth remains and an elephant egg, but have struggled to find high-quality 'living' cells - until now."One of the world's greatest concentrations of mammoth remains is here, so we deliberately chose this area to carry out the research."Our Korean colleagues believe that skin is the best material for cloning attempts through finding viable cells."Experts from around the world, including South Korea and the Netherlands, are continuing to examine the skin in a special laboratory in Yakutsk, Russia.

There will be more slumps and more gullying, more erosion of the land surface.

“I think there’s growing evidence over the last few decades that thermokarst activity in the northern hemisphere has been increasing in extent and intensity.” However, it will be sometime before Siberia begins to melt dramatically.

Today in Yakutsk, the coldest city on Earth, the pre-historic specimens were revealed to the media in a permafrost cave, perhaps reminiscent of their natural habitat when they roamed Siberia.The project is just one of several teams racing to produce a clone of a mammoth.Scientists plan to combine cells from frozen woolly mammoth remains and an elephant egg, but have struggled to find high-quality 'living' cells - until now."One of the world's greatest concentrations of mammoth remains is here, so we deliberately chose this area to carry out the research."Our Korean colleagues believe that skin is the best material for cloning attempts through finding viable cells."Experts from around the world, including South Korea and the Netherlands, are continuing to examine the skin in a special laboratory in Yakutsk, Russia.There will be more slumps and more gullying, more erosion of the land surface.“I think there’s growing evidence over the last few decades that thermokarst activity in the northern hemisphere has been increasing in extent and intensity.” However, it will be sometime before Siberia begins to melt dramatically.Every First of May, the Berliner Philharmoniker honors its founding with the Europakonzert.