If science fiction stories are to be believed, clones are never perfect copies of the original organism and things can quickly get weird and messy when you start to Clone a clone. Since cloning animals in the real world is still a relatively new undertaking, a team of researchers has set out to learn the actual effects of cloning a clone. In this case the team has made several clones of Snuppy, the world's first cloned dog, and so far the results are pretty positive.
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