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Mutant Rats May Be Used in UK to Control Rodent Problems

Researchers in Scotland are testing genetic engineering to create mutant rats in an attempt to control the out-of-control rodent population there and potentially around the world. All together now: What could possibly go wrong? A press release from The Roslin Institute, the animal science research wing of the University of Edinburgh (where Dolly the sheep... Read more »
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