The most popular human-creature half and half actually was definitely not a human-creature cross breed by any stretch of the imagination. In the event that the investigation had gone all the way to the finish, however, it would have been. A mouse with a human ear on its back was bioengineered by a group of Harvard and MIT researchers. The researchers put a framework looking like a human ear inside the mouse.
It was made of biodegradable materials. So the framework was gradually ingested into the mouse's body, making a genuine, organic ear of ligament and substance that hypothetically might have been precisely taken out and united onto a person. That was the arrangement, as well. The researchers had begun the task as an approach to help plastic specialists, who struggle remaking human ears.
They needed to make the ear on a mouse and afterward unite it onto an individual, giving a person an ear made of creature ligament and flesh. In the end, however, the venture ran out of financing before the specialists could advance to human preliminaries. The task chief demands that he could in any case pull it off in the event that he could simply get "generally another million dollars in subsidizing."