More updates on the cloning project!

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(from left to right) Christmas cactus is on its Third day of the cloning process and the Ivy has just been cloned from its host.
Guess what? the people at the JB & JL blog will be cloning there own plant! I am telling you on day 2 of the cloning process and we will be posting photos later.
Dolly the Sheep – the first mammal successfully cloned from an adult cell – was first presented to the world 15 years ago and she had people and politicians scared.
The sheep was cloned from the mammary gland cell of a 6-year-old sheep and so named Dolly in a nod to Dolly Parton.

Little Nicky (born October 17, 2004) is the first commercially produced cat clone. He was produced from the DNA of a 17-year-old Maine Coon cat named Nicky who died in 2003. Little Nicky's owner, a north Illinois woman named Julie (her last name was not released) who paid $50,000 to have Nicky cloned, claimed that Little Nicky's behavior is similar to that of her late cat Nicky, including an unusual liking for water, though hydrophilic behavior is common for this breed.

The attempt to clone the woolly mammoth may seem to all of us a science fiction movie, however sometimes things are stranger in reality than they are in a movie. Scientists from Russia and South Korea agreed to attempt to recreate this creature that roamed the earth some 10,000 years ago.

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