First Dog Clone

First Dog Clone: Afghan Hound and Its Clone
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Snuppy (right), the first successfully cloned dog, is shown at 67 days after birth with Tai, the three-year-old Afghan hound whose skin cells were used to clone him. South Korean scientists at Seoul National University performed the cloning procedure, and Snuppy was born on April 24, 2005.

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—Photograph courtesy Woo-Suk Hwang
 
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