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Pet cloning is bringing human cloning a little bit closer

People are copying pets to preserve a physical, and spiritual, connection to dead children.
By Antonio Regalado

When Barbra Streisand revealed to Variety magazine that she’d had her dog cloned for $50,000, many people learned for the first time that copying pets and other animals is a real business.

That’s right: you can pay to clone a dog, a horse, or a top beef bull and get a living copy back in a matter of months.

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