Cloning John Lennon: Dentist’s Plan Moving Forward

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A plan to try and clone Beatles legend, John Lennon, appears to be moving forward.

According to TIME, a dentist in Canada spent $31,000 in 2011 for one of Lennon’s teeth.

TIME reported that the man sent the tooth, which is more than 50 years old, to a lab, hoping to find genetic data that would help sequence Lennon’s DNA.

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