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Wednesday September 26, 2007 3:32 pm

Scientist Develop Translucent Frogs


Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Science


Translucent FrogMasayuki Sumida and his team at Hiroshima University’s Institute for Amphibian Biology have developed a transparent frog. They say that being able to see past the skin can aid them in disease studies by watching the internal organs and blood vessels without the necessity of dissection. The creatures were created by mating two specimens of Japanese Brown Frogs with the mutation of pale skin. We just hope that the poor amphibians remember to put on their sunscreen before they go for an outside dip in the pond.


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