Cloned Puppies

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    August 5: Bernann McKinney from the U.S. holds one of five cloned pitbull pupies during her first meeting with them at the Seoul National University Hospital for Animals in Seoul, South Korea. McKinney has received five baby dogs, copies of her beloved late pitbull "Booger," from a South Korean biotech firm in what it calls the world's first commercial canine cloning service.

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    August 5: Bernann McKinney from the U.S. holds one of five cloned pitbull pupies during her first meeting with them at the Seoul National University Hospital for Animals in Seoul, South Korea. McKinney has received five baby dogs, copies of her beloved late pitbull "Booger," from a South Korean biotech firm in what it calls the world's first commercial canine cloning service.

    AP
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    August 5: Five cloned pitbull puppies are seen with mother dog during at the Seoul National University Hospital for Animals in Seoul, South Korea. McKinney has received five baby dogs, copies of her beloved late pitbull "Booger," from a South Korean biotech firm in what it calls the world's first commercial canine cloning service.

    AP
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    August 5: Bernann McKinney holds one of five cloned pitbull puppies beside a mother dog during her first meeting with them at the Seoul National University Hospital for Animals in Seoul, South Korea. McKinney has received five baby dogs, copies of her beloved late pitbull "Booger," from a South Korean biotech firm in what it calls the world's first commercial canine cloning service.

    AP
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    August 5: Bernann McKinney holds one of five cloned pitbull puppies beside a mother dog during her first meeting with them at the Seoul National University Hospital for Animals in Seoul, South Korea. McKinney has received five baby dogs, copies of her beloved late pitbull "Booger," from a South Korean biotech firm in what it calls the world's first commercial canine cloning service.

    AP

 

 

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