Glow in the Dark Dogs

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    Now you don't need a reflector shield at night when you're jogging with Fido!





    Scientists claim to have cloned glowing dogs - Science- msnbc.com
     
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    I think that is immoral and gross
     
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    and dangerous..it creates opportunity's for new viruses and disease mutations..they are also doing this to our food supply
     
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    That's kinda cool.
     
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    o hell no....i got a pair of crocs and then croc charms that glowed in the day....i get up in the middle of the night to do something.. the damn things scared me to death....i like dogs that blend in lol
     
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    omg would their shedded hair glow in the dark?
     
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    Most likely not, biological luminescent cells need to remain alive to glow. So hair wouldn't glow naturally, but skin can be made to without any risk through genetic alterations like this.
     

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