Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
If a Team of Japanese Scientists can bring ‘Jurassic Park’ one big step closer to reality then it’s no surprise perhaps that another group of Japanese scientists has cloned the embryo of an endangered rabbit.
Michael Crichton wants to know, where were these guys years ago, say during the Jurassic period. We could have had some dinosaurs for sure.
Still, think maybe no more species of anything will be lost anymore.
The group clone the embryo from the dead body of the Amami Rabbit, (Pentalagus furnessi).
The professor and his group at Kinki (real name) University extracted a cell from a dead Amami rabbit’s ear and but it into the egg of an ordinary rabbit.
Once the egg developed it was put back into the fallopian tube of the host mother.
A little bunny is expected in about 30 days which will have the gene information of Amami..as in that Amami is my a mommy. Pronounced the same.
If all goes well-endangered species will be protected without the risk of inbreeding.
I wonder if they can do anything about the species we have running around in the hills of West Virginia.
Meanwhile, there is: