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The Weekly Catnip

October 20, 2012

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If this keeps up, will have to change name to Bi-montly Catnip.

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Thanks for visiting.

May the furrce be with you.

This picture taken through a special filter in a dark room shows, a cat, left, possessing a red fluorescent protein that makes the animal glow in the dark when exposed to ultraviolet rays, appearing next to a normal cloned cat, right, at Gyeongsang National University in Jinju, south of Seoul, South Korea. South Korean scientists have cloned cats that glow red when exposed to ultraviolet rays, an achievement that could help develop cures for human genetic diseases, the Science and Technology Ministry said. Photo/ Yonhap, Choi Byung-kil

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