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February 07, 2023


Scientists in China are cloning "super cows"

(Thanks to The Amazing Steve™)


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Did they at least have enough compassion to include DNA that will result in their having longer legs?

The calves will eventually produce 18 tons of milk per year, or 100 tons of milk in their lifetime, Chinese scientists said.

One question remains unanswered. Where do you get the milk?

Moo Goo Gai Pan milk .. emphasis on MOO

Do they come with a cape?
I don't know about you, but I find this udderly mooving

I bet they were in the balloon too: Dairy Air.

I'll see myself out.

Maybe the balloon WAS a super cow. o.O

We have " The View ".

So they're developing a way to produce more and more of something we drink less and less of. I don't think the Chinese have completely gotten hold of Western supply and demand concepts yet.

Maybe Elon could use one of them to jump over the moon.

Look!! Up in the sky!
It’s a bird!
It’s a plane!
It’s …… not gonna be pretty.

Finally something different to say when your are skeptical "When cows fly." Along with horse flies this whole barnyard in the sky thing will obscure any Chinese balloons. Can see the confusion on the radar up around the north pole when they try to separate out the balloons from cows, pigs, horses.

Super cows produce super cow patties.

Super Cow.

Marvel or DC ?

What does a Hawaiian cow wear?

A Moo_Moo.

Thank you...

I'm waiting for scientists to clone potato genes into chickens so that they will lay baked potatoes instead of eggs.

If India's not on high alert, they need to be.

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