By Max Manfre
What is cloning livestock?
Is It Used Today? What Are Its Uses?
One of the major downsides are if the DNA does not fit the cloned organism, it will become deformed and mutated. Also, these clones become more prone to developing diseases, like cancers or other life-threatening diseases. Scientists are not entirely sure why this happens, but they believe it is from defected DNA or traits that the first organism had been carrying, but did not affect the organism.