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I was watching a TV show on the future of cloning pets. My questions is whether one species could carry the fetus of another. Could a dog carry a kitten or vice versa? Would the parent have to be of the same species entirely? I've heard of plans using some species to carry other extinct species to term, so some interspecies reproduction must be possible. To what degree would the animals need to be similar? Thanks.
Re: How similar must two species be for one to carry the fetus of another?
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