If a good sample of dinosaur DNA were found intact, could we make a clone? I know that the chances of finding intact complete DNA of a dinosaur is slim. A researcher recently claimed to have found likely dinosaur dna, although not complete enough for any hopes of cloning or anything. The 5,000 year old ice man is clonable yeah? Is it possible to one day find a dinosaur frozen in a glacier with intact complete chains of DNA? With all this global warming going on, maybe we find more ancient creatures frozen in ice right?