This week Cosmos is seeing doubles in the vault, with tales of scientific endeavors to duplicate monkeys, mammoths and man’s best friend.
Back from the dead
One day we may again hear the roar of a woolly mammoth as it is brought down by a group of Neanderthal hunters, as scientists race to resurrect long dead animals with modern cloning technology. Read more
South Korea to clone sniffer dogs
South Korean scientists are to clone drug-sniffing dogs for the country’s customs service in the world’s first commercial canine cloning deal. Read more
Scientists create first cloned primate embryo
In work that could spur cloning of human cells for medical research, scientists confirm their creation of the first cloned monkey embryos. Read more
Originally published by Cosmos as From the vault: Clones are all two real
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