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Science Bulletins: Cloning and Conservation

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Published on Jun 6, 2012

On January 8, 2001, a healthy baby gaur—a large ox-like animal whose populations are now threatened throughout much of their native range from India to Southeast Asia—was born. In Sioux Center, Iowa. To a cow named Bessie. The baby bull, named Noah, was a clone: the first clone of a threatened species, and the first animal ever created by inserting the DNA of one species into the egg of another.

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