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World's first cloned cow dies of old age

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The world's first cloned cow has died of old age at 21 at the research centre in Japan where it lived.

Kaga died on Wednesday after living a healthy life and outliving her twin sister Noto, who died May last year when she was found unconscious in a barn.

The average lifespan for a cow is 20 years and, marking a scientific breakthrough, neither of the creatures suffered serious health problems as a result of their creation.

Born in July 1998, Kaga and Noto followed the world's first successfully cloned animal, Dolly the sheep – who was born in 1996 and died in 2003.


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