Glow in the Dark Cat Clones

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somehow it looks pretty scary in the dark(especially helloween.)
 
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They should clone transparent bikini's, I'd have more reason to visit the beach.
 
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Imagine the look on granny's face when her cat starts glowing.
 
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Didnt they already make a frog with a transparent skin, that triggered the massive debate about if humans should be stepping on gods territory with bio-engineering.
And i wonder if they could clone humans that glow in dark too? Not that it would be useful, but who knows...
 
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Unfortunately they don't technically glow in the dark, instead they glow when placed under UV light. Still though I wouldn't mind owning a black light kitten if it was hypoallergenic as well.
 
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I believe I recall a similar experiment a few years back with mice, only they were Norwegian scientists, and after the US Marine Core got involved, we stopped hearing any new information from them.

Technically though, isn't the sun always sending UV light down on Earth? On a clear night, them kitties might still be glowing. As for having a hypoallergenic cat, that'd be awesome. You could rent anywhere and still keep the cat. Very neat.
 

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