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    Cloned Cow Breaks Creator’s Ribs

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    Professor Park, the Korean embryologist who successfully cloned a black cow 4 years ago, has been attacked by the very bovine he created.

    Most people wouldn't expect animals they owned to attack them.

    Professor Park, the Korean embryologist who successfully cloned a black cow 4 years ago, has been attacked by the very bovine he created.

    In the midst of recording a video with the animal, the cow suddenly went berserk, charged the professor, and carried on with the assault for 15 minutes.

    Unfortunately for Park, the powerhouse of an animal weighs over 1700 pounds as he was cloned using cells from the best deceased bull available.

    Suffering from a spinal injury and multiple broken ribs, the professor will need several months of medical treatment and recovery time.

    He holds no resentment towards the cloned bull, though.

    In explaining possible motivations for the sudden violent behavior, Park said that due to the team’s desire to learn if the clone can reproduce, the bull can’t be neutered.

    Thus, the animal has a tendency to get exceedingly ornery from time to time.

    Supposedly the cow’s behavior has not altered their research, and the scientist insists no new measures will be taken.