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HOLLYWOOD, FL - DECEMBER 27: Dr. Brigitte Boisselier, CEO of Clonaid, announces the birth of the first cloned baby, a girl named 'Eve' born December 26, 2002 in an undisclosed location by C-section, during a news conference December 27, 2002 in Hollywood, Florida. Boisselier claimed that the baby girl was born healthy at seven pounds and was cloned from the skin cell of the mother. Clonaid is also looking forward to another birth in Europe sometime next week and three more early next year. Clonaid refers to itself as the 'first human cloning company,' and was founded in 1997 by the Raelians who believe that life on Earth was created by extraterrestrials through genetic engineering. None of the parental candidates were Raelians. (Photo by Eliot J. Schechter)

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