THE REAL JURASSIC PARK Ice Age animals could be brought back to life as dad and his son raise £50,000 to build an ancient safari park

A FATHER and son have created a sprawling prehistoric Ice Age wilderness where they hope WOOLLY MAMMOTHS will again soon roam the earth.

Dubbed the “real-life Jurassic Park”, their so-called Mammoth Steppe ecosystem may be home to lab-designed mammoths within a few years.

Prehistoric woolly mammoths could be inhabit the Siberian park in the next few years

Prehistoric woolly mammoths could [soon] inhabit the Siberian park in the next few years.
Pictured is the sprawling Pleistocene Park, located in Arctic Siberia

The region could soon be home to thousands of grazing animals – including cloned woolly mammoths

 The region could soon be home to thousands of grazing animals – including cloned woolly mammoths. Its creators hope the reemergence of Ice Age conditions and wildlife will help stave off climate change. The 20,000 hectare park is located within the deepest reaches of Arctic Siberia

Sergey and Nikita Zimonv’s Pleistocene Park is located in the furthest stretches of remote Siberia in eastern Russia.

There the mammoths will graze alongside the other large herbivores already introduced to the 20,000 hectare park.

 

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