Animal Facts Pt. 2. .. " We did it! We successfully cloned the dog!" "...." "What other kind of can we do with it?" "MAKE IT GLOW IN THE DARK, FAGGE facts bout Animals n stuff
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - leglesslegolegolas
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(09/18/2013) [-]
Why did they make it glow in the dark?
#5 to #1 - viperish
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#6 to #1 - weedly
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I am more interested in how
#9 to #6 - trimdos **User deleted account**
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Phospho-luminescence That's not what it's called or how it's spelt
The animal cells within a creature that makes it bio-luminescent so it glows naturally. deep sea creatures like jellyfish use them to dazzle and attract prey
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#31 to #1 - cadenzas
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(09/19/2013) [-]
in a study in which cats were bred and modified to glow in the dark similar to the puppy, the purpose of the study had moreso to do with fiv/hiv research because it had something to do with gene location and targeting certain genes
#17 to #1 - knowstoomuch
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It's one of the more easily noticeable genes we can splice into organisms. If the gene splice is successful, you can easily tell by turning out the lights, which means genes that are not as easily noticeable like the antifreeze gene can be spliced using the same process.

Basically if we can make a dog glow in the dark, we can give it nearly any gene.

It's a bit more complicated than that, but yeah.
#29 to #1 - holololland
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#4 to #1 - firesnake
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#3 to #1 - duedum
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User avatar #8 to #1 - mulk
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possible answers:
-because why not
-because reasons
-science bitch
-so that you dont trip over it at night while going to the bathroom
-so you can take night waks with it
honeslty i dont know why we havent ha these before
#2 to #1 - trollmobile
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for science!
User avatar #15 - hemming
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" We did it! We successfully cloned the dog!"
"...."
"What other kind of **** can we do with it?"
"MAKE IT GLOW IN THE DARK, FAGGET!"
"YEAAAAAAAAAH SCIENCE!"
User avatar #30 to #15 - dagold
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I laughed harder at this than I should have
#25 - nucularwar
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(09/19/2013) [-]
Russia.
Not even once.
#21 - BaconSmeller
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Spider you say?
#24 - arreatface
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Gotta love post that translate english metric system to the european one
#27 to #24 - Jowi
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that's the imperial system, not the metric
User avatar #28 to #27 - arreatface
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yea whatever you got what i tried to say
User avatar #10 - thephoenix
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Megarachne servinei was not a spider, but was in fact, a large eurypterid, an extinct group of chelicerates more commonly known as "sea scorpions" still related to spiders though.
I liek facts, moar pls
#26 - donaldducksdick
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#7 - taxideataxus
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MFW 20 Inch spider legspan
User avatar #11 to #7 - walcorn
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Sounds like something it'd be ******* badass to fight against armed with swords and crap
#16 to #7 - partisan
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User avatar #22 - intexuz
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I wish i had 1,5 billion pet insects that follow my lead,that would be fun
User avatar #12 - RealJoker
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Oh god dammit. Cloning it was not enough? Go big or go home, I guess.
User avatar #14 to #12 - hhanako
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it's just to see if they can give it traits they want. soon enough it'll be like the movie gattaca.
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