Japanese Students Did The Impossible When They Hatched An Egg In A Unique Experiment

Japanese Students Did The Impossible When They Hatched An Egg In A Unique Experiment
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Japan is very impressive when it comes to implementing weird but beneficial innovations to help various aspects of the society. They do not hesitate in unleashing their intellectual capacity by materializing and realizing them. What's even very inspiring about this fact is that they're very humbled to express what they've become since they started from scratch. They are full of determination to get things done.

Anyways, there's a very recent procedure a group of Japanese students has dwelled on, and it is related to artificial livestock raising. Knowing the concept at first, it sounds interesting but looks impossible. Eventually, after going through the procedure and observing the results, things got better, and the end goal appeared real and feasible. 

Witness the great job these Japanese have practiced in order to put a creature into life.

Students from Japan are experimenting something that involves eggs.

Students from Japan are experimenting something that involves eggs.

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Basically, they have been doing extensive research on how to make chickens grow and develop without shells.

Basically, they have been doing extensive research on how to make chickens grow and develop without shells.
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These Biology high school students need some eggs, beaker, and a plastic wrapper.

These Biology high school students need some eggs, beaker, and a plastic wrapper.
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Before hatching the egg over the plastic, it has to be stretched well to form a depression.

Before hatching the egg over the plastic, it has to be stretched well to form a depression.
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Here it goes...

Here it goes...
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...and it's hatched! 

...and it's hatched! 
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They heated the corners of the plastic for it to stick to the glass container, and so to prevent the egg from falling.

They heated the corners of the plastic for it to stick to the glass container, and so to prevent the egg from falling.

Their professor is aiding them to constantly perfect this experiment.

Their professor is aiding them to constantly perfect this experiment.
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To prove it's validity, the procedure was already peer-reviewed and published in an international journal.

To prove it's validity, the procedure was already peer-reviewed and published in an international journal.
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After finishing the setup, they put the container in an incubator, for a week.

After finishing the setup, they put the container in an incubator, for a week.
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For your information, the part of the egg responsible for chick development is this white region known as blastoderm.

For your information, the part of the egg responsible for chick development is this white region known as blastoderm.
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After some days, the structure continues to develop. The circled structure is a developing heart

After some days, the structure continues to develop. The circled structure is a developing heart
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Oh man! There's already veins and organs beginning to be prominent.

Oh man! There's already veins and organs beginning to be prominent.
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Look at that very tiny proof of life in the incubator.

Look at that very tiny proof of life in the incubator.
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Here, you could compare what have happened from Day 0 to the 7th day, amazing! 

Here, you could compare what have happened from Day 0 to the 7th day, amazing! 
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Here's the wing part of the later-to-be-called chick! 

Here's the wing part of the later-to-be-called chick! 

There you go. After 21 days, the chick is alive and kicking. Unbelievable! 

There you go. After 21 days, the chick is alive and kicking. Unbelievable! 
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Running chick is roaming around the laboratory room. What a very proud moment for the creators! 

Running chick is roaming around the laboratory room. What a very proud moment for the creators! 
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Satisfied? Here's the video of this experiment for more details.

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