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In world first, a pair of macaques cloned

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In a world first, Chinese researchers have successfully cloned macaques using the same technique that yielded the famous clone Dolly the sheep. The milestone, published in Cell on Wednesday, marks the first time that primates have ever been cloned in such a manner.

The two macaques—eight weeks and six weeks old—are genetically identical, both clones of the same donor culture of fetal monkey cells. The young monkeys are reportedly healthy and currently live in an incubator.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/01/monkey-clones-dolly-sheep-china-medicine-science/

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UFOwatcher

Hmmmm..... The picture of the Chinese scientist looks exactly like a monkey... Got a little food on your chin there fella....

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