A team of scientists in the Netherlands has succeeded in growing mimics of venom-producing glands from multiple species of snakes. They are closer to creating snake venom in the lab. They have successfully produced venom-gland organoids from at least seven species of snakes. And luckily the organoids have survived in the lab for up to two years so far. His team has the expectation of harvesting venom from organoids, which produce more highly concentrated venom than snakes usually makes.
You might be knowing that squirrels store food in holes or buried under the ground for utilizing in winter, actually not hibernating but they don’t really like bitter cold weather, so they hunkered down in their drey or den in the winter. But you might have not thought […]
Why Can’t Some Birds Fly?…… Though the common ancestor of all modern birds could fly, many different bird species have independently lost their flight. The cassowary is one of approximately 60 living species of flightless birds. They include some species of duck and all species of penguin, secretive […]
According to the new study which was published on this week on Frontiers, conclude that dogs understand some of the words we humans are using. The researchers analyze dogs inside a fMRI scanner and they found showing different brain patterns in the pooches when they hear words they’ve heard before, […]
The word turtle implies to all the animals with a bony shell and a backbone, whether locally referred to as turtles, tortoises, or terrapins. They are the most common animals that have recognized universally as they are only commonplace animals. They struggle to dwell in the modern world but that […]
Two animals can be similar because they shared a recent common ancestor. Wolves and coyotes are similar because they share a recent common ancestor. Humans and chimpanzees, it’s not accidental that we look very similar because we have a relatively recent common ancestor.