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From Glowing Cats to Robo-Bugs, Book Explores How Biotech Creates Weird Wildlife MP3

Ray Suarez talks with writer Emily Anthes about the sometimes wild and weird outcomes when scientists experiment on animals. In her new book, "Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling up to Biotech's Brave New Beasts," Anthes looks at the ethical limits of -- and our emotional reactions to -- the use of animals to explore biotechnology. Source: pbs.org

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