Sea urchin Year: Late 1880s
A German embryologist made one of the first attempts at cloning with dividing sea urchin cells.
Tadpoles Year: 1952
Two American scientists experimented on amphibians to do their part to further the science of cloning. See pictures of tadpoles.
Masha the Mouse Year: 1986
Masha was the first successfully cloned mammal. Another mouse was the first mouse cloned from an adult cell that survived to adulthood.
Polly &a Molly the sheep Year: 1997
Polly and Molly came from the same institute as Dolly.
Cloned piglets Year: 2000
A litter of five piglets was produced by the same company that cloned Dolly
Ombretta the mouflon Year: 2000
The European mouflon was the first clone of an endangered mammal species to survive.
CC the cat Year: 2001
CC was the first cloned cat and pet, but she didn't look or act like much like the original.
Prometea the horse Year: 2003
Prometea was the first cloned horse and had an unusual link to her mother. See pictures of her. In 2008, she gave birth to her own foal
Snuppy the Afghan hound Year: 2005
A controversial South Korean scientist was instrumental in creating Snuppy, the world's first cloned dog. See pictures of the dog. He became a father a few years ago
Missy the dog Year: 2007 & 2008
Missy was the inspiration for the Missyplicity Project, which morphed into this research firm. Four puppies were cloned from the family pet's DNA after she died. The company is no longer cloning dogs
Trakr the German shepherd Year: 2009
Trakr was cloned after his amazing Sept. 11 story won a contest sponsored by the biotech company started by Missy's owners. See pictures of Trakr and the puppies. He died in 2009.