Mutants of the World
As modern methods of genetic manipulation become more commonplace, we endeavor to chronicle the most interesting, helpful, or artful examples of the craft of genetic manipulation.
While the name may conjure up images of yet another frivolous mutant fashion trend, this engineered organism isn't just attractive itself. It actually uses it's powerful muscles to 'shape' the wearer's body into a more flattering form.
Dr Robert Cane long regretted that certain birds lacked the ability to fly. Since his work was in metabolic systems he created this humming bird/penguin hybrid to see if he could grant penguins the dream of flight.
Get a whole safari experience in a single mutant! This chimera from Lycian Labs has balanced morphology from four distinct mammals.
Cats love yarn, and now they can love the source too. Felixicorp has engineered these giant kittens which can be used as shepherds. Unfortunately they sometimes have trouble suppressing their kitten instincts.
This bovine mutant proves dermal bio-electrics and phosphorescent chromatophores can be coordinated to create a functional biocomputer.
This mutant marsupial is a vigilant dam building animal engineer.
Hugtopus and Kissyfish
Send a Valentine's Day greeting that's as warm & friendly as writhing squid tentacles and the wet lips of a fish.