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Originally posted by WaitressI knew they make animals with humans
Originally posted by virraszto
That last image was a mouse that was used to make an human ear. I remember watching that on tv or something. They wanted to see if they could grow/make an ear from the skin of a mouse and use it on a human. I don't know whether or not this practice is used to replace human ear or not.
[edit on 5-9-2008 by virraszto]
Originally posted by Levita
Never have i seen such a strange 'sculpture'.
By the way, has anyone heard of the supposed-half-chimp? Half human?
Walked upright? Anyone??
Swett subsequently enlisted the help of two other geneticists: John Ely, of Trinity University, in San Antonio, and Charleen Moore, of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Moore's work confirmed the chromosome count of forty-eight, and showed that when treated with a stain, Oliver's chromosomes had the pattern of light and dark bands characteristic of common chimps. This ruled out the theory that Oliver was a hybrid. Meanwhile, Ely's study of Oliver's mitochondrial DNA suggested that he was a member of the subspecies Pan troglodytes troglodytes—not just a common chimp but a very common common chimp. He resembled most of all chimps from Gabon, which might make that central African country his most likely birthplace