Copy cat: Chinese firm creates first cloned kitten

The pet-cloning outfit has made more than 40 pet dogs – a procedure that costs a hefty 380,000 yuan ($53,000), while the price for a cat comes in at 250,000 yuan ($35,000).

In 2005, researchers in South Korea cloned the first dog. The Sooam Biotech Research Foundation in Seoul says it has cloned some 800 pets and charges $100,000 each.

Man I want to be super rich so I can know more stuff like this.

They should clone genuises.


That sounds like a good idea, but that could go wrong on so many levels.

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I studied this stuff in my major. its really not as complicated as all the hype makes it out to be, it is scary messing with the gene pool, IMO

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