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✯ John B. Gurdon in 1962, was the first to clone an animal. Taking an intestinal cell from an adult frog, he extracted its nucleus and inserted it into a frog egg whose nucleus had been removed. The frog successfully developed into a tadpole. This showed that adult genes could be reprogrammed. (FYI: Gurdon conducted his experiment using the African clawed frog (Xenopus). The image above depicts ready-to-hatch red-eyed tree frog tadpoles, not typically used in research, but infinitely cuter.)✯
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babies; This is kind of weird but I like it because I'm a science/life nerd like that
A small frog peers out from inside a plant by Peter Krejzl.
Tiger’s Treefrog is a recently discovered species of frog, native to the rainforest of Colombia and Ecuador.
Red eye treefrog
Pacific Chorus Tree Frog (Pseudacris regilla) #TreeFrog #Frog #Amphibian
Tadpoles & Frogs: Watching nature #portlandspringtime
Green treefrog in the hibiscus
Tadpoles And Frogs by Anna Milbourne
Tiny frog on heliconia
Pipa pipa frog giving birth. Once fertilized, the eggs sink into her back and develop as tadpoles. They emerge as froglets.