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11 Most Bizarre Results of Science Messing With Nature

Jake the Alligator Man: Some speculate that this mutant might be a distant ancestor of man. Other theories claim that it was an early, secret genetically engineering project-gone-wrong and wild. Others say he is the corpses of two separate animals stitched together to attract tourists at March's Museum in Long Beach, Washington. It's anyone's guess.
Jake the Alligator Man: Some speculate that this mutant might be a distant ancestor of man. Other theories claim that it was an early, secret genetically engineering project-gone-wrong and wild. Others say he is the corpses of two separate animals stitched together to attract tourists at March's Museum in Long Beach, Washington. It's anyone's guess.

Genetic engineering is a subset of genetic modification that has been going on for centuries. Some people choose to be against it, be it due to reasons like “it’s not OK to play God” or because it makes animals suffer. However, a lot of progress has been made because of these innovations and discoveries and one simply can’t ignore how amazing some of these modifications are. But surely a crossbreed between two fruits can’t hurt anyone more than a mash-up song, can it?

(Source: Ebaum’s World)