Cloning is coming, China's pets are just the start
There's big money in copied organisms
You can get an exact replica of your pet in the US, South Korea, and now in China. Are you shocked?
China has experienced a number of breakthroughs in genetics, including gene editing humans and rumors of a head transplant.
But what's fascinating about clones and genetic editing is equally as scary: we don't what kind of life we're creating.
Here's how Chinese pet cloning is becoming big business, and how biologists are changing the definition of life.
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