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Removing Fear of a Natural Predator
Here's a video of a mouse that's been genetically modified not to become panicked in the presence of a cat.
Why are we trying to modify animals to not fear their natural predators? Is this a "Help the Predators" campaign? Are they having trouble hunting and trapping their prey? Have they become so weak and sickened that we need to bring the wonders of modern science in to rectify this terrible tragedy?
Crazy scientists. Why don't you invent something i can use!! Damn you!!!
By min | December 12, 2007, 2:17 PM | Science
You have it all backwards. Cats attack mice because they scurry. It's all instinct. It scurries, they pounce. If you doubt me, try running your hand in front of a cat in a scurrying motion and see what happens.
I think the more important question is: When are they going to deploy these fearless rodent super soldiers in battle? You know that's where this is going, right? Mouse-soldiers.