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It may sound bizarre and repulsive to more than a few, but Canadian scientists working to create hybridized animal DNA have already worked to develop goats that can make silk from their milk after splicing their genes with spiders. Goats that are 1/70,000th spider have been successfully created. But the next splice from what some have deemed a carnival of genetic horrors may be the splicing of mouse and pig DNA to create what is being commonly referred to as "Enviropigs." But would you eat a pig that had been spliced with mouse DNA? Unexplainable.net

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