How close are we to becoming a T. Rex dinner?
In 1993, Newsweek examined what looked like a dinosaur phenomenon the likes of which hadn't been seen since the first fossils were discovered: "Jurassic Park" and its sparking of a discussion about cloning.
The Afghan hounds will be monitored to study the health and longevity of re-cloned animals.
They are using different approaches to the de-extinction issue—and only one can be first.
And Injaz, as she's called, is pregnant, proving cloned camels "can reproduce the same as naturally produced camels."
Dr. Michael Zuk bought a tooth purported to be from the late rock star.