Josh Martin

Glow In The Dark Bunnies Are Here!
Glow In The Dark Bunnies Are Here!

Believe it or not, scientists from the University of Hawaii have managed to create glow in the dark bunnies! Awwww, I want one! To do this they collaborated with scientists from Turkey and injected luminscent proteins from jellyfish into rabbit embryos. The result is bunnies that give off a bright green florescent light. It turns out this is not the first time scientists have made a critter glow unnaturally. They’ve also made glow in the dark pigs, sheep, monkeys, puppies and kittens. Isn’t science fun. Who needs a night light when you can just have a glow in the dark puppy! Just wait until that catches on.

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