Skip to comments.helter’s Mysterious ‘Bear Dog’ Is Unlike Anything People Have Ever Seen Before
Posted on 10/22/2019 9:36:42 PM PDT by imardmd1
If youre interested in eye-popping, attention-grabbing animals, look no further than hybrids. While hybrid animals like this wolf-dog are a fascinating cross of two separate species, they also reveal a host of ethical problems.
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To create this bear-dog hybridwho didnt actually have any bear DNARussian breeders allegedly used a Chow Chow and some other sort of long-nosed stray. As animal shelter volunteer Polina Kefer put it, This dog is a badly-made Chow Chow. While the four-year-old pooch mightve looked cool to some, mentally, he was a mess.
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Unfortunately, all of this questionable breeding made Medvebaka uninterested in making friends with either man or beast. Sadly the dog is so stressed it fights and bites back, Polina told The Siberian Times. We think it might take months to socialize him. Still, some caring soul tried to adopt him
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Interesting article, but the effects of this kind of crossbreeding couldn't apply withn the human species, could it?
I resemble that remark! :)
I’ll bet he’s fond of pic-a-nic baskets.
Cross breeding between species doesnt happen either. This is not the Island of Dr Moreau.
Half your answer is here and the other half is in the Russian experiment for domesticating foxes. After you’ve read both youll know more of a complete answer than what you think you asked for.
I read a number of years back that scientists had managed to create a human-pig embryo. “Well,” I said to myself, “that explains Bill Clinton.”
Hybridization causes problems.
Articles like those are flipping annoying. They are set up as a slideshow.
If anyone wants to read without having to forward to a new page to read the next paragraph - here you go
The Article says its a chow and a stray.
Te fox research is amazing. Beautifully domesticated foxes are being produced trough selective breeding.
Actually, to me, it appears that the dog’s muzzle is swollen for some reason.
Allergies, injury, something.
Click bait. Don’t waste ur time.
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