Pet cloning: how the rich are spending up to £38,000 for Rover, version 2.0

Pet cloning: how the rich are spending up to £38,000 for Rover, version 2.0

Growing numbers of wealthy people are turning to science to create copies of their beloved dog or cat. But they might not be identical in every way.

Go to full article: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/apr/04/pet-cloning-how-the-rich-are-spending-up-to-38000-for-rover-version-20

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