According to rt.com, a female wooly mammoth was found by Russian scientists. The mammoth had actual blood flowing out while being excavated. They believed that the mammoth lived anywhere from 10,000 to 15,000 years ago. "The muscle tissue of the animal was also well-preserved and had a natural red color of fresh meat, added the scientist.", that's 10,000 year old refrigerated meat.
This finding almost instantly raises the ethics behind cloning. As an advocate of life itself, it seems natural to encourage the existence of it. This includes the mighty wooly mammoth. Jurassic Park highlights this argument, siding on the part of nature. We are only limited by our creativity and what we imagine we can accomplish. A wooly mammoth alive today would mark an incredible feat, and while the ethics are still debated it seems inevitable that one day we will try to accomplish that feat.