So it sounds crazy, right? Animal - Human hybrids. But the truth is this is really going on, and the scary thing is this is just what we know about. What's going on behind closed doors, is another story.
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Animal-Human Hybrids Spark Controversy
Jan 25, 2005
Scientists begin blurring producing chimeras, which are hybrid creatures that are part human, part animal.
Chinese scientists at the Shanghai Second Medical University, in 2003, fuse human cells with rabbit eggs.
Hybrid Human-Animal Embryo Research Approved In UK
Jan. 18, 2008
Researchers in the United Kingdom use hybrid human-animal embryos in research with the alleged intention of developing new therapies for preventing human diseases like Parkinson’s.
"The nuclear transfer technique would involve removing the nucleus of a cow egg - which contains most of its genetic information - and fusing the cow egg with the nucleus of a human cell such as a skin cell. The egg will then be encouraged to divide until it is a cluster of cells only a few days old called a blastocyst, or an early-stage cloned embryo."
Animal and human hybrid research study under way
Nov. 10, 2009
"Experts" are to decide on whether limits should be placed on research involving animals that contrain human tissue and DNA.
‘Frankenstein’: UK scientists warn about secret human-animal hybrid research
July 25, 2011
British scientists have created more than 150 human-animal hybrid embryos in secret research conducted in British laboratories.
Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008
The Human Fertilisation Embryology Act 2008 received Royal Assent in November 2008.
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