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  • Ailise James

    Happy Save the Frogs Day | MNN - Mother Nature Network

  • Rachel Anderson

    Welcome to Animal Cognizance: Spring Brings Baby Animals a Photo Layout

  • Carly James

    baby fish!

  • Kay Hartman

    ✯ 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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