A particular scientific advancement is the hybrid. A hybrid is a selection of two things created to form one single object. In this instance it is two animals being made into one. The Liger is an example of a hybrid. The Liger is a mix between a Lion and a Tiger. It is the biggest cat in the world and has been made possible by science. A few other examples are the Beef-alo (a cattle and a buffalo), the G-eep (a goat and a sheep) and the Ca-ma (a camel and a lama). Now is this morally right? That’s up to you to decide.
Another interesting scientific advancement is the insertion of bioluminescent genes into mammal cells. Scientists have discovered a way to make mammals glow! We can now all be turned into glow-sticks. The funny thing is I am totally serious. When an animal, with the bioluminescent gene, is placed under certain light it will glow like a glow-stick. This has been done with mice, rats, cats, dogs and monkeys. The next step is inserting it in apes and then the human-glow-stick. Is this moral?
Cloning: a fascinating scientific discovery that allows