On March 16, 2007, a nine-year-old girl was abducted in Jeju Island, Korea. Jeju Police Department searched in vain for over a month with deployment of more than 30,000 police officers.
As the last resort, the police department trained their best bomb sniffing dog Quinn to find the missing child's body.
It usually takes months if not years to properly train a dog. Quinn was trained for only three days to detect human scent.
However, he only need 20 minutes to find the body of the little girl.
Because of this heroic effort and immense capability shown by Quinn, Jeju Police Department decided to clone him. Su, Oreum, Iron, Gangsan, and Baekdu were born between January and February of 2010.
All of the five clones are currently being trained by the Jeju Police Department as search and rescue dogs just like Quinn.
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