Cloning your beloved pet is easy, but is it right?

Do you want to clone your beloved pet? Singer Barbra Streisand loved her dog Samantha so much that after his death she cloned him and now has two genetically identical descendants, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett. Meanwhile, Simon Cowell has reportedly said he “100 per cent clones” his three Yorkshire terriers.

The first mammal to be cloned was Dolly the sheep in 1996. At the time I was like, “Why a sheep?” I mean, they all look the same anyway. But it was a major breakthrough because mammalian cloning had proven difficult. For a long time, scientists simply could not crack it. Cloning your beloved pet is easy, but is it right?

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