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  Cloning
What is cloning?
Isn't it unnatural?
So why's it in the news?
Does cloning work?
Why clone animals?
Can people be cloned?
Why would we want to clone ourselves?
What's the problem with cloning?

 
Dolly the Sheep Does cloning work?
In 1997 Dolly the sheep became the first ever cloned mammal.

Scientists in Scotland used a new type of technique. When Dolly was born months later, it had taken 276 tries to get it right.

Since Dolly cows, pigs, monkeys, rodents, cats, mules and horses have been cloned.


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