Ana Fonseca Posted 5 months ago Human Cloning Of course it would be less biodiversity, even my biology teacher said that. When the dna replication happens, in a natural way ,sometimes there are mutations along the process, and she said that those mutations give more biodiversity to animals, and humans. For example when a bacteria reproduces it divides itself in 2 new bacterias that look just like the first one. But when humans our other animal reproduce, there are a mix of dna and the baby its different from his parents. I think that happens with cloning, the new person will be theoretically , like the one that "gave " the nucleus . I don't know if you got my point of view. Also I learned this stuff in portuguese and I don't know if all the terms are correct but I did my best.