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  1. Cloning By: Anna C, Maddy L, Anna T, and Katherine M

  2. To clone something is to make a copy of it. Whether it be plant or animal, the clones are never as healthy and have shorter life spans then the original animals. Animals are cloned because farmers want copies of their best animals, but most clones die during pregnancy, birth, or from disease at an early age. The Facts

  3. Our first impressions were: • Animals should only be cloned for research so the clones don’t suffer • Eating cloned foods might not be good for human health • Cloned foods aren’t marked in the stores • The cloned animals aren’t the same as normal animals, even if their DNA is the same Our first impressions:

  4. Cloning for food is wrong; cloning for the sole purpose of research is fine under certain conditions, such as: • The clones should not be treated badly • In fact, they should be treated like normal animals • Do not kill the clones once they become old or the research is done We think:

  5. Positive: Negative: There will be no more suffering/ inhumane treatment of cloned animals The meats we eat will be guaranteed natural and healthy We are preventing the risk that diseased animals be cloned Cloning might be done illegally (unlikely but possible) Un-marked cloned foods in grocery stores would remain unmarked in the stores until sold We would never have a chance to figure out if cloning could be healthy one day. Positive and Negative Consequences of prohibiting cloning

  6. It is illegal to clone animals in some places such as the US, Canada, and Australia. The UN and many other countries wanted to globally ban cloning, but the UK voted against it The Church is against cloning because it goes against some morals in the Bible: • No two things are the same • All things are created equal Religious/ Legal Issues:

  7. This! Not this. We want

  8. As we made our decision, we had to discern right from wrong. We had to decide if cloning was fair or not; morally right or not. God helped us to reach that decision by reminding us that living things should not suffer, nor be treated unequally. God is present because…