In Germany, whose scientists have the world's reputation for
thoroughness, the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Breeding Science last
week put on an exhibition. Present were blue monkeys, yellow rats,
kinky-haired rabbits, 40,000 varieties of dandelions. Selective cross
breeding had caused the weird results. Apparently species of animals
and plants can be changed at man's will or nature's chance.
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