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As scientists continue to unlock cloning's secrets, perfect its processes, and study the way genes express themselves in individuals, their successes will undoubtedly affect demand and future use.

In March 2008 Prometea, a Haflinger mare and world's first cloned horse, foaled Pegaso in Cremona, Italy, making the colt the first offspring of an equine clone. One month

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