Now It Becomes Interesting ….

The rich green color of the photosynthesizing sea slug, Elysia chlorotica, helps to camouflage it on the ocean floor. Credit: Patrick Krug

The Sea Slug has taken genes from the algae it eats, allowing it to photosynthesize like a plant. Could we, someday, be a shade greener in complexion but be powered by light???

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‘Tis The Season To Discuss Virgin Births

It turns out that virgin births do happen in the animal world. Called asexual reproduction, the process takes place in sharks and certain reptiles. The folks at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have looked into the possibilities in the human species, and have published in the prestigious British Medical Journal. Interesting if somewhat questionable work.

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