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Animal Cloning - 16 Mar 2012
Animal Cloning - 16 Mar 2012
KASHMIR
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March 15, 2012
Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat, is seen at the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry of...
SHUHAMA, India
Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat, is seen at SKUAST, in Shuhama
Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat, is seen at the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST), in Shuhama, 25 km (16 miles) east of Srinagar March 15, 2012. Noori who weighed 1.3 kg (2.9 lb) at birth on March 9, 2012 is the world's first cloned Pashmina goat and is doing well so far, said Doctor Riaz Ahmad Shah, who heads the project at SKUAST. Pashmina goats, which grow a thick warm fleece, survive on grass in Ladakh where temperatures plunge to as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit). REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TEXTILE SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KASHMIR
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March 15, 2012
Dr Riaz Ahmad Shah holds Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat, at the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal...
SHUHAMA, India
Dr Shah holds Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat at SKUAST in Shuhama
Dr Riaz Ahmad Shah holds Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat, at the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST), in Shuhama, 25 km (16 miles) east of Srinagar March 15, 2012. Noori who weighed 1.3 kg (2.9 lb) at birth on March 9, 2012 is the world's first cloned Pashmina goat and is doing well so far, said Dr Shah, who heads the project at SKUAST. Pashmina goats, which grow a thick warm fleece, survive on grass in Ladakh where temperatures plunge to as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit). REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TEXTILE SOCIETY)
KASHMIR
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March 15, 2012
Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat walks inside its enclosure at the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal...
SHUHAMA, India
Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat walks inside enclosure at SKUAST in Shuhama
Noori, a cloned Pashmina goat walks inside its enclosure at the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST), in Shuhama, 25 km (16 miles) east of Srinagar March 15, 2012. Noori who weighed 1.3 kg (2.9 lb) at birth on March 9, 2012 is the world's first cloned Pashmina goat and is doing well so far, said Doctor Riaz Ahmad Shah, who heads the project at SKUAST. Pashmina goats, which grow a thick warm fleece, survive on grass in Ladakh where temperatures plunge to as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit). REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TEXTILE SOCIETY)
KOREA-STEMCELL/
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su (2nd R)...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and Gyeonggi province governor Kim hold a cloned coyote during...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su (2nd R) hold a cloned coyote during a donation ceremony at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
KOREA-STEMCELL/
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October 17, 2011
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and his team is pictured on a farm...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and his team is pictured on a farm at a wildlife...
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and his team is pictured on a farm at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) FOR BEST QUALITY: ALSO SEE GF2E7BD05U901
KOREA/
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May 13, 2009
A cloned fluorescent dog Ruppy (R), a seventeen-month-old beagle, and her three-month-old puppy are seen...
Seoul, South Korea
Cloned fluorescent dog Ruppy and her three-month-old puppy are seen in Seoul
A cloned fluorescent dog Ruppy (R), a seventeen-month-old beagle, and her three-month-old puppy are seen at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul May 13, 2009. The puppy is one of "2nd generation Ruppies", offspring of "Ruppy", the world's first transgenic dogs which carry fluorescent genes. They took a fluorescent protein, much like that produced by some sea anenomes, and inserted it into the cell of a beagle. The name "Ruppy" is a combination of the words "Ruby" and "Puppy", and the offsprings of such dogs will possess the same fluorescent gene as their mothers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SCI TECH ANIMALS SOCIETY)
KOREA/
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September 05, 2008
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (C, bottom) and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's...
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (C, bottom) and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
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August 05, 2008
Five cloned puppies, the offspring of Bernann McKinney's late bullterrier Booger, are seen with one of...
Seoul, South Korea
Five cloned puppies are seen with one of their surrogate mother dogs at the Seoul National University...
Five cloned puppies, the offspring of Bernann McKinney's late bullterrier Booger, are seen with one of their surrogate mother dogs at the Seoul National University Hospital for Animals in Seoul August 5, 2008. RNL Bio, a South Korean company dedicated to the development of stem cell therapeutics and the commercialization of dog cloning technology, announced on Tuesday that the firm successfully cloned McKinney's pet dog and was commencing its world-wide dog cloning services. Five clones, named as Booger Bernann, Booger Ra, Booger Lee, Booger Hong and Booger Park, were born from two surrogate mother dogs on July 28, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
COWS
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October 04, 2004
Gloria, the first baby cow of cloned cow Vitoria (R), is seen on a government farm outside Brasilia,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Gloria, the first baby cow of cloned cow Vitoria (R), is seen on a government farm outside Brasilia,.....
Gloria, the first baby cow of cloned cow Vitoria (R), is seen on a government farm outside Brasilia, October 4, 2004. Gloria was born at the agrarian research farm outside of the capital Brasilia, on September 19.
PROMETEA
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August 07, 2003
Prometea (L), the first world cloned horse, and her mother Stella Cometa eat grass in the grounds of...
Cremona, Italy
Prometea (L), the first world cloned horse, and her mother Stella Cometa eat grass in the grounds of.....
Prometea (L), the first world cloned horse, and her mother Stella Cometa eat grass in the grounds of the Laboratory of Reproductive Technology in Cremona, northern Italy, August 7, 2003. [Italian scientists said on Wednesday they have created the world's first cloned horse from an adult cell of a horse who gave birth to her genetic twin. Prometea weighed in at 36 kilos (80lbs) when she was born during a natural delivery on May 28, 2003 in Italy after a normal, full-term pregnancy.]
IDAHO GEM
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May 29, 2003
Idaho Gem (L), the first successful equine clone in the world, follows its surrogate mother Idaho Syringa...
Moscow, USA
Idaho Gem (L), the first successful equine clone in the world, follows its surrogate mother Idaho Sy.....
Idaho Gem (L), the first successful equine clone in the world, follows its surrogate mother Idaho Syringa (R) in a corral at Idaho Gem's unveiling at the University of Idaho (U.I.) in Moscow, Idaho on May 29, 2003. A team of scientists from U.I.-Utah State University announced that Idaho Gem was born on May 4 after the team successfully cloned the hybrid mule using new cloning techniques. The team, headed by U.I scientist [Gordon Woods], started its work on this project in 1998. This scientific breakthrough may shed new light on the causes of specific cancers in humans.
GOATS
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January 30, 2003
Cloned goats are displayed at the Shanghai Wild Animal Park on the outskirts of China's financial hub...
Shanghai, China
Cloned goats are displayed at the Shanghai Wild Animal Park on the outskirts of China's financial hu.....
Cloned goats are displayed at the Shanghai Wild Animal Park on the outskirts of China's financial hub January 30, 2003. Seventeen special breeds of goat, including seven cloned goats, are on display at the wildlife park during a week-long festival for the upcoming Year of the Goat, which begins on February 1.
DOLLY
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January 04, 2002
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, bleats at photographers during a photocall...
Edinburgh, UK
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, bleats at photographers during a photoc.....
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, bleats at photographers during a photocall at the Roslin Institue in Edinburgh January 4, 2002. [Dolly created by Wilmut and his team of genetic scientists at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh in 1996 has arthritis in her left hind leg at the hip and the knee.]
SCIENCE CLONING
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September 05, 2001
CLONED PIGLETS, BOER GOAT AND CATTLE ON DISPLAY AS TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
BECOMES FIRST ACADEMIC INSTITUTION...
College Station, United States of America
CLONED PIGLETS, BOER GOAT AND CATTLE ON DISPLAY AS TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
BECOMES FIRST ACADEMIC ...
CLONED PIGLETS, BOER GOAT AND CATTLE ON DISPLAY AS TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
BECOMES FIRST ACADEMIC INSTITUTION TO CLONE THREE SPECIES.


A cloned piglet curiously approaches a visitor with his litter-mates in
the background at the College of Veterinary Medicine on the campus of
Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, September 5, 2001. The
Veterinary School and the University's Center for Biotechnology and
Gonomics announced that A&M University has become the first academic
institution to have cloned three different animal species with the
reproduction of pigs, goats and cattle. REUTERS/Richard Carson
THAILAND
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April 09, 2001
Nikolaus, Thailand's first cloned calf, is licked by the cow that it was cloned from at the SK Pattaya...
Ban Bung, Thailand - Kingdom of
THE FIRST CLONED CALF IN THAILAND IS LICKED BY ITS FULLY GROWN GENETIC TWIN IN CHONBURI PROVINCE.
Nikolaus, Thailand's first cloned calf, is licked by the cow that it was cloned from at the SK Pattaya Ranch in Ban Bung district in the Thai province of Chonburi on April 9, 2001. The Research Centre for Bioscience in Animal Production, a division of the Faculty of Veterinary Science at Chulalongkorn University, successfully cloned the calf using DNA taken from the cow's ear, implanted in an egg and then inserted into the uterus of a surrogate cow. Nikolaus was born April 3, 2001. Picture taken April 9, 2001.

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PIGS
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March 15, 2000
Five piglets, named Millie, Christa, Alexis, Carrel and Dotcom were cloned earlier this month at a Virginia...
Blacksburg, USA
Five piglets, named Millie, Christa, Alexis, Carrel and Dotcom were cloned earlier this month at a V.....
Five piglets, named Millie, Christa, Alexis, Carrel and Dotcom were cloned earlier this month at a Virginia Tech University research facility by the PPL Therapeutics, the British biopharmaceutical company that helped to clone [Dolly the sheep]. The first ever litter of pigs follows similar cloning [of cattle, mice and sheep.]
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