Wooly Mammoth Blood Recovered!

Scientists have recovered some blood from a wooly mammoth very recently according to an article on FoxNews (May 29, 2013).

According to secular scientists, these creatures became extinct anywhere from 10,000 to 15,000 years ago. What is of particular interest is that the blood was so fresh that it flowed freely from the creature. The flesh was also reddish, resembling fresh meat. This is a big surprise to those who accept theses extinction dates, but not that surprising if mammoths indeed met their demise during the ice age that was triggered by a global flood roughly 4,500 years ago.

There is talk once again of attempts at cloning a mammoth, which is theoretically possible (with the aid of something like an Indian elephant), but also very challenging. I wrote an article on this a couple years ago for a Christian newspaper and have recently added it to our website, because it relates to this news item. You can read it here if you wish.


Author: Jay Seegert (Co-Founder & Principal Lecturer, Creation Education Center)

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