No, thats too create more, if they find a live specimen, in a natural way.
Actually jpdude11 is right. They clear an eggcell of a related animal of all the genetic information, and use the genetic code of the DNA they made to vertilise it. Then they put the eggcell back in the female, and a baby will grow inside her, which contains none of her genes. But this method is highly ineffective, hundreds of embryo's died this way since the genes are different and the mother's cells see the embryo as an intruder. It did work in the past though, a mountaingoat was cloned with a domesticated goat. Related, but different species.