Prehistoric Flower Blooms Again

Russian scientists grow ancient flower from 30,000-year-old burrow.
1:10 | 02/20/12

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This is in effect drastic plan to remember the man eating plant in Jumanji scientist revive. The one that eight people. Well in Russia scientists have done something somewhat to that they found a seat. A hundred feet below the frozen ground and Siberia buried by a tiny prehistoric squirrel 32000 years ago. They brought it into elaborate -- -- and wound up with this beautiful flower blooming just expected for Neanderthal man. And for the wooly man months. By far the oldest plant ever generated from ancient to --

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