Is it possible to clone a Dinosaur using its DNA?

Is it possible to clone a Dinosaur using its DNA?

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stanford
No. Currently cloning operates on impregnating a live organism with the egg and sperm of the same species, this egg and sperm having been made from the DNA of the organism you would like to clone. The resultant baby is a biological clone of that organism. As there are no living dinosaurs, one cannot impregnate a dinosaur in order to create a clone.
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tylnapp
Without test tube incubation and gestation....there is no current production of Dinos...but we maybe able to do so in the near future, but laws are in place that prevent cloning....and bringing back dead species. The reason for that is to not disrupt the already fragile balance of the ecosystem, as an example, there were birds that went extinct when New York became a sky scraper city. Those birds could easily be brought back, but the other inhabitants have already adapted to not See More▼
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