_SA14022A woolly mammoth carcass recently unearthed in Siberia could be the best hope yet for scientists aiming to clone the massive, long-extinct beast.  The mammoth specimen, which was discovered in 2013 in a remote part of Siberia, oozed a deep red liquid when it was first discovered. Scientists have now analyzed the mammoth to understand how it lived and died and whether it will yield enough undamaged DNA to make cloning the extinct creature a reality. Details from the mammoth autopsy will air in the Smithsonian Channel special called “How to Clone a Woolly Mammoth,” More