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Is Cloning Animals Ethical?
Cloning animals is ethical.
Animal cloning could repair the large amount of damage humans have done on this planet.
Controlled animal cloning will noticeably reduce the global hunger issue.
Cloning animals can provide a way for beloved family pets to live on.
Since nature, itself, produces clones - in the form of twins - there is no logical reason to assume that humans mimicking nature are unethical.
Cloning of animals can improve the health quality of the herd.
Cloning can not be considered ethical without complete knowledge of the first, second, and third order consequences, which are unknown.
Cloning animals is intervening in natural processes, which humans shouldn't be doing.
Reliance on technology to produce animals will reduce government funding of livestock farmers.
The scientific act of cloning an animal is void of moral interpretation.
Cloning animals leads to weakening the natural gene pool.
Cloning can create suffering for animals.
Animals can't consent to being cloned.
Should animals be banned in circuses?
Should genetic engineering be used on humans or animals?
We have a moral duty to intervene in nature to limit animal suffering.