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Australian government page on animal cloning.
from the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Article criticizing cloning animals for food.
From the New York Times, a YouTube video of President Obama's March 2009 remarks on stem cell research. (11:25)
Discusses common questions about cloning and provides related links.
The University of Utah Genetic Science Learning Center.
Discusses possibilities for and implications of cloning extinct animals.