William Dudley, Louise I. Gerdes
Greenhaven Press, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
Viewpoint selections examine some of the complex controversies surrounding animal cloning and the prospect of human cloning. Animal cloning made headlines in 1996 with the birth of Dolly the cloned sheep and has continued to expand with various scientific advancements. Is cloning a useful procedure that would benefit humanity or an unethical practice that should be banned? Model essays and exercises explore the controversial topic and help students create expository essays on cloning.
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Opposing Viewpoints on Cloning
Animal Cloning Raises Serious
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