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Tag: Animals

The Greatest Dog-Shaped Vacuum Cleaner Ever

The Greatest Dog-Shaped Vacuum Cleaner Ever
The guys over at Futility Closet dug up this awesome retro invention which I only wish they had actually made. Patented by Ann Margaret Zaleski way back in 1973, this dog-shaped vacuum was supposed to help your scaredy pup cope with the stress of you vacuuming up their hair when being groomed by hiding a Suck-o-Lux inside a doggie doppelganger.

PS3 Dead? Maybe This is Why…

PS3 Dead? Maybe This is Why…
Are you having problems with your PlayStation 3? Is your console not starting up, or maybe giving you the Yellow Light of Death? Maybe you need to crack open the box and check it out to see what happened to it.
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Kondo Turtle Robot Crawls Its Way Into Our Hearts

Kondo Turtle Robot Crawls Its Way Into Our Hearts
While the robots that have found their way from Japan’s Kondo are of the humanoid, bipedal kind, they decided to go off the board this time, offering up a four-legged turtle-bot. The Kame Robotto is the first robot in Kondo’s animal robot series, and he’s a cute little bugger.

Cat Hates Nintendo

Cat Hates Nintendo
We don’t know what’s gotten into this black and white demon cat, but every time this guy tries to play with his NES controller, kitty goes ballistic.

Animals With Lightsabers: Rawesome

Animals With Lightsabers: Rawesome
What happens when animals get their hands on deadly energy swords? This. Over at AnimalsWithLightsabers they do one thing, and one thing only. They put dangerous lightsabers in the hands of woodland creatures, pets and other animals.

Genetically Engineered Pigs Could be Harvested for Human Organ Transplants – Still No Spiderpig

Genetically Engineered Pigs Could be Harvested for Human Organ Transplants – Still No Spiderpig
Sorry Homer. But what’s important is that a group of Korean scientists have successfully produced a genetically engineered pig whose organs could be compatible with the human body. Chung Nam University’s Jin Dong-il and local bio-tech firm Mgen claim that their cloned piglet contains a protein called fas ligand (FasL), which helps regulate our immune system.
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