Cloned twin calves touch noses at the Ishikawa Prefectural Livestock Research Center in Oshimizu, Japan. The calves, Noto (left) and Kaga were born on July 5. Their birth last month came exactly two years after Dolly -- the sheep that made history by becoming the first adult-animal clone -- was born in Scotland.
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