Cloned sniffer dogs in South Korean airports

Dogs are a staple in airports around the world, helping detect narcotics, explosives, and other banned substances. Incheon Airport in South Korea is no different in that respect, only some of their best drug-sniffing dogs are clones.

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+19 1. VQAZ76 commented 9 years ago

I bet you somewhere out there < There is a cloned humen imagen that
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+1 2. banzemanga commented 9 years ago

#1 I remember reading that on the news long time ago (if my memory serves me right). It was about some project of making cloned children for couples who could not produce their own children biologically. But the project ended up with excessive clones and shutdown due to legal issues.
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+6 3. Xionbox (moderator) commented 9 years ago

As far as I know, it is very difficult to clone apes related species, which include chimps and humans. If I remember correctly, as of 2010, scientists were only able to clone one chimp, out of several hundreds of trials.
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+22 4. chestrefeld commented 9 years ago

#3 And that chimp went on to be the prime minister of Great Britain.
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+2 5. woodhatch commented 9 years ago

To the South Koreans, drug-sniffing dogs are just another way of marinating whilst still alive. They have also trained them to sniff Parsley, Thyme, Sage...
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+7 6. JohnMichael commented 9 years ago

#3 That Rhesus Monkey (named Tetra) wasn't exactly cloned the way most people consider 'cloning'. They just split an embryo creating two identical twins, not like they took a existing monkey and made a clone out of that, they just managed to turn one pregnancy into plural pregnancies. Tetra wasn't cloned from an adult somatic cell like Dolly the sheep was..
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+3 7. irishgek commented 9 years ago

What happens if you bring in cloned marijuana can he sniff that too ?
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+2 8. hulahula commented 9 years ago

i wish they wouldn't eat tutu when he retires.
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0 9. whowhatme commented 9 years ago

"last year 179 cases or bags carrying illegal substances were detected here"


"With an average of 100,000 bags coming through the airport every day" .

Is that a good ratio ?

They found 179 naughty bags a year out of 36,500,000 .

Bin drinking but that's what it sounds like .

Is that good ?
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+1 10. ZaMpTi commented 9 years ago

#4 made my day :D
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-2 11. master_shake commented 9 years ago

that dog is an abomination, not cuz hes cloned, but cuz he helps the cops find drugs. >:) >:)