Cloned piglets displayed in Shenzhen zoo

2017-03-30 03:38:08 GMT2017-03-30 11:38:08(Beijing Time) SINA English
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members. Two cloned piglets were displayed in the Shenzhen Safari Park in Shenzhen city, Guangdong province on March 27. The pigs, developed by a Shenzhen-based genomics company named BGI, have a much smaller size than usual ones. The adult pigs wouldn’t weigh over 15 kg, according to staff members.
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