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Dreaming of bringing your favourite pet back to life? Soon it could be reality

Prized polo ponies are already being reborn. It won’t be long before this is mass-market technology

14 November 2015

9:00 AM

14 November 2015

9:00 AM

How much do you love your dog? Do you secretly wish, as he or she grows older, that you could have another just the same? I’ll bet that tens of thousands of Brits feel this way — and soon their dreams could come true.

When most of us last thought about it, cloning was an off-putting and futuristic prospect.

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