In 1997, Scottish scientists announced they had cloned a sheep and named her Dolly, and sent waves of future shock around the world that continue to shape frontiers of science today.
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How Cloning a Sheep Set Off a Sci Fi Panic

Produced by Andrew Fredericks Matt Spolar

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