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Offbeat Biotech Startup wants to revive Wollmammut to rescue the climate

20:30  14 september  2021
20:30  14 september  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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The company Colossal wants to leave the wool mammoth resurrected again. His resettlement could help defuse a ticking climate bomb in Siberia.

Das Wollmammut könnte den Schlüssel für das Verlangsamen des Tauprozesses der sibirischen Permafrostböden bedeuten. © Dotted Yeti / Shutterstock Wollmammut could mean the key to slow down the dew process of the Siberian Permafrost floors.

10,000 years ago, man has virtually eradicated the giant. The most recent populations survived until 4,000 years only on islands. Now the bioscience company Colossal wants to start a new attempt to revive the extinct style. You want to settle in a "Pleistocene Park" in Russia. This is reminiscent of the dinosaur resurrection of Jurassic Park. This also fits the iridescent star of the Genforscher and founder, George Church. He and his people find, the world must be "healed" and they would have found the right way. Most recently, Startup has received $ 15 million from a first round of financing. It wants to help with his genetic technology to slow climate change .

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Colossal, the own efforts to extinction of species would have the potential, An "functioning model for the restoration of damaged or lost ecosystems" anchors. Since there is too little genetic material to clone the original gifts, Church and his staff are helping: inside with elephant cells. The geneticists use the conglers Crispr-Cas9 to specifically cut DNA and to insert them into the target cells. In fact, Colossal creates a new way, an elephant mammoth hybrid. The "new woolmammut" wants to settle Church in a huge protected area in Eastern Siberia, where another particularly dedicated scientist pursues a bold plan to rescue the World Climate: Sergej Simow.

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Ten Theses, why the resettlement of the mammoth is important, Colossal performs on the website. (Screenshot: Colossal / T3n)

Pleistocene Park in Siberia is intended to defuse climate change bomb

Sergej Simow and his son Nikita settle there artists from the Pleistocene to stop the thawing of the Permafrost floors. Her little Jurassic park already has reindeer, bisons and jakuten horses - mammoths are still missing. The Simows have found that the resolve of the Tundra lowers the temperature of the permaFost. The big herbivores promote the growth of the bright steppe grass, which in turn rejects the sunlight. Thus it reduces the heat that the floor absorbs and keeps the temperature low. The Permafrost floors of Siberia represent a ticking climate time bomb: there is more carbon enclosed when the three-time burning of all forests of the earth could produce. Colossal expresses it in numbers: 1,600 billion metric tons of carbon dune there.

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