Indian scientists have successfully cloned a rare Himalayan goats

16 Mar

CloneThe Indian state of Kashmir, successfully cloned a rare Himalayan goat, famous for its silky hair down and quality for the manufacture of cashmere and pashmina. Riaz Ahmad Shah, a biotechnology center veterinarian University Sher-e-Kashmir, together with six other scientists over the past two years, worked to create a clone. Shah convinced that the birth of a female March 9 goats named Nuri help spread breeding programs in the region and increase the production of expensive and high quality wool. Several years earlier, the Shah had already participated in the first attempt to clone a buffalo.

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