The concept of soul vs body is put to the test after scientists decide to re-clone a clone to see if a copy of a copy would suffer the same fate. Following the idea to search for evidence whether genetically identical organisms would be identical in more ways than just molecular structure, an international group of scientists re-cloned Snuppy, the first dog clone. Scientists from Seoul National University, Michigan State University and the University of Illinois published a paper on re-cloning. Their objective was to see if duplicating animals speeds up the aging process or causes unknown birth defects. The original dog Tai, a male Afghan hound, received its duplicate named Snoopy in 2005, which became the world’s first dog clone. The stunning revelation was that the clone suffered the same fate as the original.