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Image of the Day: Artificial Ear

Scientists grew collagen from rats' tails and cartilage from cows' ears in a mold to create a life-like prosthetic.

By | March 25, 2013

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Avatar of: Paul Stein

Paul Stein

Posts: 105

March 25, 2013

With no blood vessels to keep this thing viable, after a little while flapping in the dry air, all that is left is a very, very expensive rawhide chewy for Fido.

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