Friday, February 15, 2008

Attack of the Clones

A Californian dog-lover has agreed to pay $150,000 to have her dead pit bull recreated in the world’s first commercial pet cloning project.

The dog, named Booger, died a year and a half ago but his owner kept part of his ear in cold storage and South Korean scientists will now attempt to create an exact replica of the pet. RNL Bio, based in Seoul, said it is already working on the order.

The work will be carried out by a team of Seoul National University (SNU) scientists led by professor Lee Byeong-chun, a key member of disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk's research team... read more

3 comments:

  1. of course they bring back a freaking pit bull, as if we need more aggression in this world.

    speaking of which, why not clone Kim Jun Il, too?

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  2. pitbulls are only aggresive if they are not trained properly as a pup. learn before u open ur mouth dumbass.

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  3. InnerNinja. What an uneducated, biased, information lacking, ignorant comment. Obviously driven by the media propaganda that is oh so common. Unfortunately, never based on fact or scientific evidence, always on fear and politics. Shame on you. Punish the deed, not the breed! Obey the pit bull!

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