Go-Rilla Co. brings us yet another modified simian. This time they have succeeded in the difficult echinoderm-chordata hybridization. The result is doing wonders to protect coral reefs from invasive seaweed.
Dr. Jeff Minter created this mutant camel which includes a shield against wind, rain, and UV rays.
Arctic Bowler Pear
Ceci n'est pas une chapeau
Most animals can create their own vitamin C. Primates, including humans, can not. Thank goodness for the lemonkey. It's the key to primates getting plenty of L-ascorbic acid.
Old Wives' Cat
Extensive testing has proven that cats do not always land on their feet. Happily, we live in an age where scientists can bend reality to the will of popular aphorisms.
Insiders like to characterize animal engineering as distinct from evolution in that nothing is left to chance. Unfortunately errors still occur. Sometimes an error in the process of development leads to exciting new breakthroughs. Sometimes an error leads to animals like this. It is still unclear how any examples of the pesticide have survived to maturity.
This mutant is part snake, part shark. The flexible cartilage skeleton allows this animal to dig under ground or move at shocking speed along sandy surfaces. The stabilizing fins are also used to help steer when digging. Larger snarks are as much as 20 meters long.