Facts Against Animal Cloning  

In the year 1996 when a sheep was cloned, it created a lot of furor and excitement in the world of science. It made people realize that cloning was possible, and it was not thing that was just shown in science fiction movies. However, with all this excitement, there was also a lot of controversy. Many people saw cloning as going against God as God created two genders to enable procreation. In addition, there was also a matter of ethics to consider.

While cloning has its advantages, we should not forget about the disadvantages. In fact, very few people pay any attention to facts against animal cloning. While animal cloning is something that is being done by many scientists as they believe that it will help the society, but this process has its risks.

Scientists have successfully cloned animals like rabbit, cow, pig, goat and even cats. Okay, here it must be added that not all cloning processes were successful. Some resulted in monstrosities that have given ammunition to the anti-cloning activists.

Some of the facts against animal cloning are as follows:

  • If you are using cloning for reproducing animals, it is a highly expensive method and also one that is quite inefficient. More than ninety percent of reproductive cloning actually does not bear results.
  • Animals that reproduced via cloning have an extremely weak immune system, and are very susceptible to infections. In fact, cloned animals show high rates of infections.
  • In case the cloned animal is born alive, then it could suffer from a syndrome known as large offspring syndrome. In addition, around thirty percent of clone animals born alive show many other incapacitating conditions.

While cloning animals maybe a boon, the facts against animal cloning should not be neglected. Cloning should be viewed from all perspectives, and only then should it be taken forward.

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