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Scientists at Koku kingdom have announced their success in cloning the long extinct feather-bellied elephants.

 

The feather-bellied elephant, a species related to Koku's national animal, has been extinct for more than a million years. Chief scientist of the project "Reviving them is a proof of the advancement of our sciences; genetic engineering, regeneration tech., organ transplanting, molecular recombination tech. and retro-evolution extrapolatory science? (OCC:?whatever?) "

 

Everyone is looking forward to the benefits from this advancement ; organ regeneration and replacement for patients of illness and accidents, new concepts of zoology and archaeology, correction of impairment of certain organs, and etc.

 

Koku kingdom have passed the laws regarding this; such as..prohibiting human cloning, prohibiting organ transplant to go commercial, prohibiting reviving of pets, prohibiting reviving/transplanting patients those are already stated "dead" by medical criteria, ethical conducts in organ transplant and cloning.

 

Flood of crowd have gathered everyday at Koku National Zoo and Botanical garden to see the walking dinosaur elephants. Prime minister of Koku kingdom said to set aside a larger sum of budget for the project and the research for its applications.

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To: The Kingdom of Koku

From: Amnalite environment minister

Subject: Dinosaurs

 

To whom it may concern,

 

Congratulations on reviving the dinosaurs. It is a great scientific achievement.

 

We have a few concren though, which I kindly ask the Kingdom of Koku to take into consideration.

1) Please do not release dinosaurs into the wild. Who knows what effect they could have on an ecosystem that has been without them for millions of years.

2) No meat eaters. We have seen the movies. Bad idea.

 

Thank you.

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1) Please do not release dinosaurs into the wild.

2) No meat eaters. We have seen the movies. Bad idea.

No problemo.. wink.gif

 

Thanks for your concern... suggestions are always more than welcome....

1) all revived animals are well kept in special area of our National zoo...with measures and security system to assure that they can never get out...

ie. individual location vs. confined area matching alarm system, remote-injection of sedatives, specially built containing unit, electrical fence, GPS traking...etc.

2) Yep, that's why we chose the elephant.

Thanks again for your suggestions.

We have to further experiment and observe the elephants; their new life span, their detail behaviors, their food preference, etc.... still much more to learn...

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1) all revived animals are well kept in special area of our National zoo...with measures and security system to assure that they can never get out...

ie. individual location vs. confined area matching alarm system, remote-injection of sedatives, specially built containing unit, electrical fence, GPS traking...etc.

No bazookas? sad.gif

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No bazookas?  sad.gif

 

hmm... like shooting you are... ohmy.gif

 

What we mentioned were security system of the Zoo...

 

If everything fails, that will be handeled by our Special police force drillsergeant.gif...

 

...of course they have Bazookas to fry such animal.. Actually, they are very well equipped... ie. electrocute guns, Kevlar net guns, sedative guns 002.gif

 

.... and for some last choice eradicators... good old Bazookas, Fire blasters, Flying throat cutter, Kevlar net electrocuter, and our latest bio-weapon...The Neuron blocker. satansmokin.gif

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