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Interesting. I do note that he is not the same color as the original? So coat color must be environmentally determined?
And I wonder how he will age. Do clones still age at an accelerated rate?
Originally posted by silo13
Incredible stuff that!
I wonder what impact this will have on the Equine industry as a whole?
Wow, endless possibilities!
Probably should wait to see how this little guy works out first though, and subsequent clones before getting to far ahead of ourselves though. I mean who knows what this thing will grow up to be like...
I'd be endlessly looking over my shoulder for this thing to turn into something like 'Church' (the psycho killer back from the dead cat) from Steven King's Pet Cemetery.
I guess we'll wait and see...
It's common for a foal to be dark and lighten with age. Just sayin.
Silo, 13, I'm just wondering. Do you want this to help the horse so that it will be better for bullriding?
The picture they show, is of the foal being dark brown and the original being white, that doesn't seem right that it would go from being dark-brown to white.