Scientists made a jumbo, edible meatball using the genetic sequence of which extinct animal?
B: Saber tooth tiger
C: Woolly mammoth
The correct answer is Woolly mammoth.
See The Reason for That answer below:
Lab-grown meat has been making headlines in recent years, but what about meat from a creature that went extinct thousands of years ago? Australian company Vow has created a meatball made from genetically engineered woolly mammoth meat. The company used existing information about the genetic sequencing of the mammoth to insert genes into sheep cells, which were then multiplied to create a meatball-sized amount of the unique protein.
While the meatball is currently on display at a science museum in the Netherlands, it won’t be available for consumption anytime soon. Vow is still testing the safety profile of the product and has not yet sold any of their lab-grown quail to the public.
So, why create a mammoth meatball if it’s not going to be sold? Vow sees it as an investment in the future of food. As climate change and food shortages threaten global food supply, lab-grown meat offers a promising solution. It demands fewer resources and could reduce the risks of pollution and climate change.
James Ryall, Vow’s chief scientific officer, hopes that the mammoth meatball will help raise awareness about cultured meat and encourage people to rethink how we get our food. While the meatball won’t be on restaurant menus or supermarket shelves anytime soon, its creation is a real innovation that could have significant implications for the future of food.
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