Friday, March 24, 2006

Similar Solutions

The New Persia Long Eared Night Hunter was gene-engineered, at the Imam Hussain University in New Karbala, in an attempt to eradicate the very destructive Rexrat. A rodent type creature ,found on New Persia, that not only ate large amounts of foodstuffs but also has the habit of gnawing on fiber optic cables. It is a nocturnal creature hence the design of the Night Hunter. While the Night Hunter has not completely eliminated the Rexrat, it has curtailed the amount of damage it does by 90%. The New Persia Long Eared Night Hunter can track and kill a Rexrat in the Rexrat Tunnels and lairs in complete Darkness. Even though it is a ferocious hunter many on New Persia keep them as family pets.

The colonists of Turkmen Prime found themselves in a very similar predicament as the inhabitants of New Persia. On Turkmen prime a pseudo-reptile called a Kertenkele-fare, was consuming large amounts of the colonist’s foodstuffs and had a tendency to tear up wiring to use for nest building. The Kertenkele-fare is warm blooded and nocturnal, faced with a similar problem we see a similar solution. Scientists at Muslim University in New Ankara gene-engineered the Turkish Minature Night Hound, from dogs brought over by colonists to help herd sheep. The Night Hounds have been able to eliminate the Kertenkele-fare from almost all urban areas of Turkmen prime reducing the amount of damage they do by 85%

7 comments:

UmmAli said...

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pinkys said...

i like the cat, so cute man!!! hehehe

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S. said...

interesting blog.-

S. said...

interesting blog.-

Aiman said...

Masha'Allah, I like your imagination with animals. I will naturally be afraid of the Rexrats.

Lydia Sarip said...

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