Pros and Cons Of Cloning Animals
By Aya Fares
Disadvantages of Animal Cloning
Not always healthy for animals once produced
Cows would not always healthy for humans to eat
in fact it can cause diseases in humans once eaten
Not so great by-product safety
Goes beyond some moral, ethnic, and religious boundaries
This diagram describes the long procedure and process it takes to clone a single organism.
This would be the final product of the cow cloning process.
This is Dolly, she is the first ever cloned animal in history.
Fun Facts About Cloning
- All navel oranges are clones
- There is no actual evidence that human cloning has actually happened
- The term “clone” came from the biologist, JBS Haldane in 1963
- The reproductive cloning of a human is banned in the European Union
- 95% of animal cloning attempts fail
- For about $100,000, a lab in South Korea will clone your pet for you
- The former Miss Wyoming World, Joyce Bernann McKinney, had her dog cloned
- Dolly the sheep, named after Dolly Parton, was the first mammal to be successfully cloned from an adult cell and lived for six years
- Clonaid is considered the “first human cloning company in the world.” They claim to have successfully cloned humans but isn't confirmed
Feb 24, 1997 Dolly the Sheep Video ABC News