How does cloning work?



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    I’ll use a sheep as my example organism in honor of Dolly, but this technique can be used on virtually any organism.  First, the genetic material is removed from the egg cell in a one sheep (we’ll call her Sally).  Then, you take the genetic material of the sheep you want to clone (we’ll call this sheep Molly) and insert it into the empty egg cell.  The egg with Molly’s genetic material then grows inside of Sally’s womb and is then born.  The new baby sheep is not related at all to Sally, but is rather genetically identlcal to Molly. 

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