Here Is a List of 10 Extremely Good Goat Beards

By Dan Nosowitz on June 13, 2017

Many, but not all, species of both wild and domesticated goats sport long tufts of hair under their chins, usually referred to as beards. Beards are more common on male goats, but females can have them; like horns, beards are not necessarily an indicator of a goat’s gender. (They can, however, help you distinguish a goat from a sheep; not all goats have beards, but no sheep do.)

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Here Is a List of 10 Extremely Good Goat Beards

By Dan Nosowitz on June 13, 2017

Many, but not all, species of both wild and domesticated goats sport long tufts of hair under their chins, usually referred to as beards. Beards are more common on male goats, but females can have them; like horns, beards are not necessarily an indicator of a goat’s gender. (They can, however, help you distinguish a goat from a sheep; not all goats have beards, but no sheep do.)

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Goat testicles in men, human organs in pigs: the past and future of xenotransplantation

by Angela Chen@chengela

In 2003, a South Korean company called Maria Biotech announced its newest success: it had created mouse embryos with human cells in them. The idea is that the mice could be born with human cells in all their tissues, and this would make them more accurate animal models for research. The problem came when a reporter asked whether there would truly be human cells in every tissue. (Yes.) Does that include human cells in ovaries and testes? (Presumably, yes.) So what happens if two of these mice get together, and a human sperm meets a human egg in the Fallopian tube of a mouse?

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