Featured Posts  

Half Animal, Half Human!

By admin
Posted on 21 Aug, 2020
Half Animal, Half Human!

When science allows human DNA to merge with animals, here’s what happens!

Monkey Human

Heard of Lord Narasimha? Popular Hindu deities, as evidenced in early epics, iconography, temples and festivals for over a millennium are often visualized as half-animal and half human. As much as we’d prefer
believing them to be part of our epic history and nothing else, today, science gives an explanation. Surprised? Don’t be!

Human Sheep

We hear of so many people dying of organ failure. If they had a donor, their lives could have been saved. Unfortunately, the waiting list for organs is longer than the supply.

Human Sheep

So, in 2007. when scientists at the University of Nevada-Reno announced that they could grow livers in sheep (made up of 20 percent human cells), their research was encouraged wholeheartedly!
As the circulation systems of sheep and humans are similar, Dr. Esmail Zanjani injected human stem cells into growing sheep fetuses.

The study hasn’t yet peaked, but who can say?
Soon, no human would die of liver failure, and we’ll have Baa Baa Black Sheep to thank for it!


They say that humans share over 98 percent of their DNA with chimpanzees. So, would it be impossible to create a human-chimp hybrid – a Humanzee? Scientists thought not!

As immoral as it may sound, in the 1920s, Ilia lvanov, a Soviet biologist artificially inseminated female chimps with human sperm Unfortunately, that did not work.

In 19705, a chimp named Oliver was thought to be a humanzee since he walked upright. But, genetic testing in the 90s disproved it.

Human Rabbits

Who would’ve ever thought these tiny furries could be the answer to tissue growth?

Human Rabbits

Chinese researchers at the Shanghai Second Medical University successfully fused human cells with rabbit eggs. The eggs were allowed to develop for several days before the scientists destroyed the embryos to hanrested their stern cells. They hope that this process can one day be used to grow cells or tissues for transplantation.

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Addicted To Makeup!Health
Addicted To Makeup!
Posted 16 Sep, 2020

Most Popular

By Comments

All You Have To Do Is Ask All You Have To Do Is Ask
Posted 3 May, 2017
The Power Of Microorganisms! The Power Of Microorganisms!
Posted 3 May, 2017
Addicted To Makeup! Addicted To Makeup!
Posted 3 May, 2017
Earth Losing It's Shield Earth Losing It’s Shield
Posted 3 May, 2017
Sexy Eye Makeup Tips & Tricks! Sexy Eye Makeup Tips & Tricks!
Posted 3 May, 2017



must-see stories