The Australian company Vow, which grows meat, used mammoth biomaterials to create meatballs in the laboratory. This was reported on March 28 by The Guardian newspaper.
The company created a mammoth muscle protein together with Professor Ernst Wolfgang from the Australian Institute of Bioengineering at the University of Queensland.
“We haven’t seen this squirrel for thousands of years… So we have no idea how our immune system will react when we eat it. But if we did it again, we could certainly do it in such a way that it (meat. — Ed.) was more acceptable to the regulatory authorities,” the newspaper quotes Volvetang.
According to The Guardian, the goal of the project is to demonstrate the “potential of meat” grown from cages without slaughtering animals.