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Cloned bunnies

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Just in time for Easter, scientists have managed to clone rabbits.
This of course begs the question, "Sure you can clone rabbits, but why would you want to?"
Apparently, to milk them.


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Why clone bunnies? They reproduce fast enough...

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It's answered in the article; they want to clone genetically engineered rabbits with desirable traits for the purposes of medical and scientific experimentation, and possibly for the production of pharmaceuticals in the does' milk.

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What I find remarkable is the fact that Dr. Renard (French->English : Renard->Fox) is heading the research. What would a fox do with thousands of rabbits?

Wait. Don't answer that question.

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