Cloned Cow Attacks Its Creator

A black cow that was cloned in South Korea has gone Frankenstein on its creator and badly injured him.

A cloned cow attacked its “creator” last week, badly injuring world-renowned embryologist Professor Park Se-pill in South Korea.

The Korea Times reports that the cow trapped Prof. Park Se-pill — who couldn’t get away because he was wearing a special suit and boots — and battered him for 15 minutes, leaving him with five broken ribs and an injured spine that will require 8 weeks of treatment.

“The 800-kilogram black cow is very strong because its cell donor was the best available. (Park) is now being treated at the university hospital.”

The black cow was cloned in 2009 using a frozen cell taken from a deceased cow. If ever nature was trying to send a hint, this might be it.

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