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Seoul,  Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Snuppy the Afghan hound, the world''s first cloned dog, died 13 days after his 10th birthday in 2015, but his genetic legacy lives on in his three reclones.


Seoul,  Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Snuppy the Afghan hound, the world''s first cloned dog, died 13 days after his 10th birthday in 2015, but his genetic legacy lives on in his three reclones.


Seoul,  Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Snuppy the Afghan hound, the world''s first cloned dog, died 13 days after his 10th birthday in 2015, but his genetic legacy lives on in his three reclones.


Seoul,  Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Snuppy the Afghan hound, the world''s first cloned dog, died 13 days after his 10th birthday in 2015, but his genetic legacy lives on in his three reclones.


Seoul,  Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Snuppy the Afghan hound, the world''s first cloned dog, died 13 days after his 10th birthday in 2015, but his genetic legacy lives on in his three reclones.


Seoul,  Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Snuppy the Afghan hound, the world''s first cloned dog, died 13 days after his 10th birthday in 2015, but his genetic legacy lives on in his three reclones.


Kuala Lumpur, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Malaysia and Indonesia agreed today to jointly address the concerns raised in the European Union''s (EU) resolution on palm oil, which they consider discriminatory and disadvantageous to the industry.


Kuala Lumpur, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Malaysia and Indonesia agreed today to jointly address the concerns raised in the European Union''s (EU) resolution on palm oil, which they consider discriminatory and disadvantageous to the industry.


Kuala Lumpur, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Malaysia and Indonesia agreed today to jointly address the concerns raised in the European Union''s (EU) resolution on palm oil, which they consider discriminatory and disadvantageous to the industry.


Kuala Lumpur, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Malaysia and Indonesia agreed today to jointly address the concerns raised in the European Union''s (EU) resolution on palm oil, which they consider discriminatory and disadvantageous to the industry.