Scientists have implanted genes into the ears of mice embryos to encourage their tiny adorable mouse ears to become much, much hairier. If you're wondering just how bored they are to do such a thing, consider this: ear hairs help you hear, and you don't naturally grow new ones over the course of your life, so this could help reverse the hearing loss associated with old age. read more...
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