NIH: dinosaur DNA cloned from mosquitoes
Posted in the Jurassic Park Forum
#1 Aug 10, 2011
The NIH (National Institute of Health) is a world-renowned research center, working with various research organizations such as the Salk Institute, the Human Genome Project, and National Geographic.
Now, the NIH claims it has recovered fossilized remains of dinosaur blood tissue, preserved in the bodies of fossilized mosquitoes from the Jurassic Era. The NIH claims it plans to use the dinosaur blood tissue, containing reliable dinosaur DNA, to artificially create dinosaur clones. Rumors suggest the dinosaur in question may be a Triceratops.
Will Steven Spielberg be informed of this for an upcoming Jurassic Park sequel possibly starring unpredictable star Leo DiCaprio?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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