Pros And Cons Of Wild Animals

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Anyone who has seen any of the Jurassic Park movies, knows that cloning something that has been extinct is just a bad idea. Cloning animals will cause a disbalance in nature and in the animal kingdom. Imagine if every month we had to look for a new source of food because the new invasive clone species consumers all the surrounding resources, leaving little left for the remaining surviving species including humans. Cloning is one giant experiment that will cost the united states funds it does not have, and like many experiments it will take hundreds of mistakes to get one success. These mistakes will be tested on the animals causing them pain and suffering, and even if scientists do make a fully formed clone, we have no idea if the clone’s brain is fully developed.

Furthermore, right now there are over 16,000 animals currently on the endangered list. If cloning becomes legal that list could go higher because when you introduce a new species to an area where that animal is not usually found it will become an invasive species.
“Successful populations of wild animals need a certain amount of genetic diversity
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Making a clone is still an experiment, which means we are going to have a ton of failures before we have a 100 percent success. According to smith, “Clair Bleakley who is the president of GE free New Zealand, has reported that the 60 cloned cows that they have made, have been suffering inordinately from chronic illness, unexplained deaths and sever deformities as a result of the foreign DNA inserted in the embryos. Only 14 of the 60 cows are alive. Cloning should be stopped because soon cloning humans will become real and making them post-human” Smith, Wesley. "Scientists Cloned 60 Cows and All But 14 Died, Just Wait Until They Start Cloning Humans |" N.p., 28 Oct. 2015. Web. 02 Dec.

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