"Hopefully, the world will soon meet the clone of the ancient foal who lived 42,000 years ago" - a hint that enough DNA is salvageable to make this possible?
Welcome to Pleistocene Park, published two years ago in the Atlantic and alluded to in your title, is worth a read for anyone interested in this stuff. Cloning these ancient critters still seems a long way off, but no longer completely in the domain of science fiction.
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