Cloning of animals.

How has is changed the world?

Bringing back endangered or extinct species?

Ever wish Jurassic park was a real thing? Well it actually is possible. Yes it is true, humans can bring back an endangered or extinct species with the help from cloning. According to Scientific American, The chances of successfully cloning a extinct or endangered species is very small, only at 5%, and that's if they are a house animal or in other words, cared for by someone or something. But if they are a wild animal, the chances are even slimmer at only 1%. This evidence shows that it is possible to clone an extinct/endangered animal but the chances are very, very slim, it would be like winning the lottery -- Very, very slim. Another piece of evidence to support my claim is, according to the Utah University of Health Sciences, To even begin the thought of cloning an extinct animal you would first need a well-preserved source of DNA from the extinct animal, then you would need a closely related species that is currently living, that could serve as an egg donor and surrogate mother. This piece of evidence supports my claim even more because it is saying how it would be done and what you need to clone the endangered or extinct species. Which in fact is possible to do.

(Picture source: Scientific American)

How can cloning affect farming?

Cloning could change farming by various reasons. First off farming can change farming by producing more products such as milk. For example, according to ABC's news article How could cloning change farming, they say that, if a cow can produce 30,000 pounds of milk a year, the clone would produce the same amount give or take a few pounds.