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Pet owners are freezing their dead pets hoping science will bring them back to life

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Pet owners are freezing their dead pets hoping science will bring them back to life

Pet owners are freezing their dead pets hoping science will bring them back to life

It may sound unorthodox, but the practice of cryogenically preserving, or freezing a body after legal death, is slowly gaining traction around the world.

The Scottsdale based Alcor Life Extension Foundation now has 186 humans and 86 animals cryopreserved inside its facility.


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