Meet Maya, world’s first cloned wild arctic wolf


For the first time ever, a wild arctic wolf was successfully cloned by a China-based gene firm. The firm, Sinogene Biotechnology, released a video of Maya, the world’s first cloned wild arctic wolf, 100 days after her birth in a Beijing lab.

Maya, the first ever cloned wild arctic wolf, is 100 days old and is in good health, the Global Times reported. Maya’s donor cell came from the skin sample of a wild female arctic wolf. Its oocyte was from a female dog and its surrogate mother was a beagle, the report said.

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