Debate and discussion of any biological questions not pertaining to a particular topic.
About the strange 'cartilago-eared mouse', I ever watched it in the TV and I think that's cool....shaped curve like an ear. How pity are Rodents...
Q: Why are chemists great for solving problems?
A: They have all the solutions.
From what I know.... they did it to test transplantation so they know can it be done to humans.... the test seems to be a long time ago.... If I'm not wrong its about more than 5 years ago (i've seen it in a biology magazine in aussie.... or can I be experiencing dejavu???) hm... next time toe on mice.... poor thing, usually gets used for experiments. see what happens to them then cut them up to see if the insides change or something like that T_T sob... sob.
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I think it is usefull, so it would be ok enough, as long as the scale of experimentation is not to big.. i mean, if you condemn this, you might as well condemn every other animal experiment, and you shouldn't even eat meat anymore, and next thing you discovere agriculture is eating up rainforrests, and you'll have to kill yourself because you feel so guilty about even belonging to the human race.... whahahahahahhaha
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