Friday, April 13, 2007

Dinosaurs as Pets?

Maybe sooner than you think.

In a retrieval once thought unattainable, scientists have recovered and identified proteins in a bone of a well-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex that lived, died and was fossilized 68 million years ago. The extraction of this DNA would be necessary for studies in dinosaur genetics and for cloning experiments.

This will be awesome. I can't wait until I can see some real live dinosaurs. What they should do is clone a bunch of them and have them all in a zoo or some kind of big dinosaur park. They could have it setup like the African Safari parks and have cars drive you through.

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