The perpetual puppies: Researchers reveal the three cloned offspring of Snuppy, the first cloned canine



Snuppy, the first ever cloned dog, has been successfully re-cloned, a new study has revealed.
The story started with Tai, a normal Afghan hound who was cloned in 2005, giving rise to Snuppy. 
Snuppy lived a normal dog life, and at the age of five, researcher collected some of Snuppy's stem cells to clone him, ultimately leading to three clones of Snuppy - which are now aged seven and seem to be healthy and normal.
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HOW DOGS ARE CLONED The process involves obtaining live cells from a living dog or a dog five days after it has died.
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22 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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