World's First Cloned Camel

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DUBAI - A SCIENTIST says the world's first cloned camel has been produced in the desert emirate of Dubai.

Nisar Ahmad Wani, a senior reproductive biologist at the government's Camel Reproduction Centre, says the cloned camel is a six-day-old, one-humped female called Achievement or Injaz in Arabic.

Injaz was born April 8 after an uncomplicated gestation of 378 days, the center said in a press release on Tuesday.

The centre said she was created from cells harvested from an ovary of an adult female camel.

Camels are a valuable commodity in the desert sheikdoms of the Persian Gulf.

They are used for racing and transport.

They are famous for healthy low-fat milk and can fetch owners millions of dollars at camel beauty contests. -- AP

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This is something very new to me really. I means i never thought that how camels family brought there in UAE. I will share it with my mates. Very interesting this is.

Posted on March 17, 2017 at 2:59 AM