knapplc wrote:Good point, dude. Just because they have the same genetics doesn't mean they're going to think or act the same.
Or apparently even look the same. From the article:
This combo shows file photos of South Korea's first cloned dog, an Afghan puppy named "Snuppy" (L), a handout from Nature Magazine in 2005, and female cloned dog Bona (R) in this handout from Seoul National University in 2006.
I wonder what the chances are they are just giving people random dogs and saying they are clones? Or maybe those are both clones and I just misread the fine print.