Cloned Himalayan goat
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Pashmina goat 'cloned for first time'

Scientists in Indian-administered Kashmir claim they have successfully cloned the first Himalayan goat which produces the famed pashmina wool.

Pashmina wool is a major source of income in Indian-administered Kashmir, but the number of Himalayan goats that produce it has been dwindling in recent years.

Now scientists claim to have successfully cloned such a goat.

Mehvish Hussain reports.

  • 16 Mar
  • From the section India