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Scientists Decide that Now Is the Time to Revive a Frozen, 30,000-Year-Old Virus

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2014

And as an added bonus, the virus—which targets amoebae, not humans—is still infectious. After Russian scientists revived an ancient plant two years ago, Jean-Michel Claverie thought, “If it was possible to revive a plant, I wondered if it was possible to revive a virus,” like that is just a normal thing everyone thinks about.

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