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A Horse Joins the Cloned World
A photo released on August 6, 2003 shows Prometea (bottom), a horse cloned from its 'mother' Cometstar (top), standing at an unknown location. Italian scientists said they have created the world's first cloned horse from an adult cell, taken from the horse who gave birth to her. Prometea, a healthy female, weighed in at 80 lbs. when she was born during a natural delivery on May 28, 2003 in Italy after a normal, full-term pregnancy. Photo by Reuters (Handout)

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