According to The Register.Uk , Dr John VandenBrooks has managed to breed a species of enlarged, gigantic dragonflies in his Arizona-based laboratory. Take a look at this genetically engineerd creature here.
If allowed to continue, soon mankind might find itself wiped out not by water or fire, but by being the food of large, flesh-eating, laboratory-created, genetically engineered creatures. Where the monsters of Jurassic Park were relegated to a remote island, incapable of finding their way into a populated area of the world, the good doctor VanderBrooks’ laboratory of horror is located right in the state of Arizona.
With a wingspan of over 70 centimeters, this monster has the need to hunt and consume live prey. The claim is that Dr VandenBrooks has created not one, not two, but a number of these flesh-eating, blood-sucking creatures.
It is said that Dr VandenBrooks was able to obtain these massive creatures by enhancing the atmospheric oxygen levels to 31 percent. The normal level today in our atmosphere is 20 percent. While raising these creatures, VanderBrooks stated that the hard part was not in the growth process but in keeping the creatures fed.
“Dragonflies are notoriously difficult to rear. We are one of the only groups to successfully rear them to adulthood under laboratory conditions,” VandenBrooks said.
Not only is VandenBrooks working in creating prehistoric dragonflies, he has attempted to breed large cockroaches and other creatures of horror. Thankfully, his other creations were failures.
If these facts are true, we have more to worry about than the issues related to Osama Bin Laden and his actions. The mad minds of Americans are far more dangerous to mankind than other nationalities and their issues.
In another related issue, according to popifi.com, a giant mud bug stowaway was discovered aboard a remotely operated vehicle of a sub-sea research laboratory. Described as a “creepy, many-legged, horrifying stow-a-way,” the creature discovered was 2.5 feet long. It was believed that this “little” fellow attached himself to the sub at a depth of 8,500 feet.
Apparently this size is not unusual for the species. They seem to grow this large or larger because of the temperature and depth. At their depth, they grow larger and live longer. They are known to feed on dead whales, squids and other large sea creatures.
Makes you reconsider eating lobster when you see something this large that could be mistaken for a delicacy.
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