This is a wonderful story. Can you believe that a dead one can be brought back to life? it could be an animal or a person. But this is very hard for us to believe. This is something that can be scientifically confirmed.

A 39,000-year-old female baby woolly mammoth named Yuka from the Siberian permafrost is surrounded by exhibition staff at an exhibition in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo on July 9, 2013. The frozen woolly mammoth will be exhibited from July 13 until September 16. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI

So, this is Yuka’s story. Do you know what is behind this story? Thanks to the talent and the ability of great scientists’ team, they successfully go through their target by this amazing experiment. This woolly mammoth is named as “Yuka” which has found in Siberian permafrost. Scientist brought back life to 28000-year-old woody mammoth by cells. As mentioned in the above this moment is hard to believe but this is the reality.

A team of Japanese scientists has been involved for this process. Wooly mammoth has died 28 000 years ago. Scientists are trying to reactivate the cells. This is not an easy task. As we obtained from the scientific reports Japan scientist Kazuo Yamagata and his team face for this risky challenge. With the knowledge that they have they follow up biological activities.

Yamagata’s team has found this dead body, brain, skin and the fur in permafrost. They identified that woolly mammoth’s situation is in good level. They used cells from the died mammoth’s bone marrow and muscles. As obtained from the details they extract 88 nuclei. This is completely a scientific process runs through the biological activities extract cells are placed in a mouse egg cells. What they tested is cell division. As the result of this the team has gain the expected biological reactions.

It is very important to appreciate the team because they have done so much researches and used modern technology, more experiments and hard work. As a result of their experiment biological reaction of the cells shows good results and cell division unexpectedly. They try out the DNA samples of the mammoth too because it was found in frozen layer and 28 000 years old. So, one step forward they got positive results

Importantly, all the testings’ are benefited them.  It is identified that she was died when she is in age of 6 to 9. So, Yuka has a large history of so many past years. Scientists found this died mammoth body in 2010. It is very lucky to say that Yuka’s remain body parts were supportive to give back life to her. Successfully because of the hard work of the team, they succeeded in short life back to Yuka.

To complete this process very first they found out the body parts and extract nuclei structure tissues and cells. After then they transplant them in eggs cells of mice.  While these things are happening, they check out the DNA samples. When they obtained negative samples from the week body cells, they research what should be the reason. During this time team has done so many researches and also find out new technical concepts by working with other parties and with their support.

Can you imagine this Yuka’s story being a real story? definitely there are so many information to prove it. You can have a simple idea about Yuka’s second birth through this article. So, this is the reality.  This could be a coincidence but completing the experiments and the hard work Japan scientists team gave second birth to this dead mammoth for short period. This is Yuka’s reborn story.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The “sloth tunnel” begs the question, what animal was it hiding from? Some snakes in S.A. are quite large. The sloth had large claws, was it too slow to defend in the open? Tunnels would be of help in inclement weather…But in S.A. Is the back end at a higher elevation? Could the tunnels be an enlarged version of a smaller digging? Fascinating!

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