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.


Billund Group presents this mutant pine tree. Each year they refine their conifer stock in an attempt to approach the platonic ideal of a perfect Christmas tree. This one comes pretty close.

tags: cone, conifer, forest, ornamental, holiday


tags: cockatiel, Coke, bird, food


This mutant pterosaur has had its proteins folded in four dimensions. The result is a wingspan which cannot be measured in regular space, but which reaches as far as the Cretaceous period.

tags: tesseract, pterodactyl, paleo


This impressively dexterous DJing avian is quite the darling among the steampunk set — who want to play back their tunes in the most awkwardly over-engineered retro-futuristic manner possible.

tags: bird, grackle, phonograph


tags: giraffe, caterpillar, savana


tags: emu, emo, bird, ornamental


tags: armadillo, worm, annelid


tags: Bambi, bamboo, planimal, Disney

Web Lynx

This classic mutant was created through miscommunication between the internet and bio-engineering divisions of ConglomCo.

tags: cockatiel, Coke, bird, food


When you want an Ocelot, but not the trouble that a big cat can bring. Rely on FemaCorp to offer all the fun of an ocelot in a smaller package.

tags: cat, miniature, pet, ocelot