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Scientists Have Successfully Grown The First Ever Chicken Embryos With Dinosaur Legs

A scientist's brain never takes rest as he gets something to work on every time. Recently, a team of researchers from the University of Chile initiated working on an amazing project which they named as Reverse Evolution. The project is regarding growing dinosaur legs onto chicken's embryos. In the year of 2015, scientists tried to grow dinosaur's feet and snouts by experimenting with chicken's DNA. Now, again they have opened the files and have proceeded further.

Let's know more about their research. It's indeed horrible.  

Scientists Have Successfully Grown The First Ever Chicken Embryos With Dinosaur Legs

Scientists Have Successfully Grown The First Ever Chicken Embryos With Dinosaur Legs

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Reverse evolution

Reverse evolution

The evolution of chicken from dinosaurs has been studied earlier. Now the scientists are putting their efforts researching about the reverse evolution.

They have successfully grown dinosaur legs onto chicken embryos.

They have successfully grown dinosaur legs onto chicken embryos.

This is the second attempt of manipulating chickens into dinosaurs.

This is the second attempt of manipulating chickens into dinosaurs.

Earlier, in 2015 scientists handled two separate projects of growing of dinosaur's feet and snouts by using chicken's DNA.

Earlier, in 2015 scientists handled two separate projects of growing of dinosaur's feet and snouts by using chicken's DNA.

The bird's leg regained the features of dinosaur ancestors.

The bird's leg regained the features of dinosaur ancestors.

The scientists discovered this interesting characteristic of chicken's DNA inhibiting it in a specific gene.

The scientists discovered this interesting characteristic of chicken's DNA  inhibiting it in a specific gene.

So, scientists are on their way to give birth to the giant form of chickens which can be named 'dino chickens'.

Well, they have put a hold on the research at least for now and soon will start their further research and studies. We will definitely wait for the updates regarding the progress of this incredible project.

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