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Pet Cloning is Far More Advanced Than You Imagined

Why it raises ethical and animal welfare concerns

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“I can either pay thousands of dollars to create a new pet that’s actually going to have a different history and personality, or maybe I could adopt an animal that would otherwise be killed in a shelter. Those are things that ethically need to be considered.” — Bioethics professor Dr. Robert…




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B.R. Shenoy

B.R. Shenoy

Top Writer Ideas & Photography/Owner of The Community Dispatch/M.S. Toxicology/B.S. Biochemistry/Former Expat on 3 Continents/Wife/Mom of 2 Superstar Kids.

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