In the 1950’s, there was a drug called Thalidomide. It was prescribed as sedative for pregnant women having morning nausea. In the early 1960’s it became clear that the drug causes birth defects: babies were born without fingers, toes and sometimes entire hands and legs.
Wolves often get caught into steel traps.
How do they escape?
Scientists analyzed many skeletons of deceased monkeys and were astonished to discover healed fractures.
Not all of them were exited in the proper direction.
My new girlfriend doesn’t have a finger, should I still date her?
My new boyfriend has half a digit missing, should I run away?
Such palmistry appear in online Q&As with surprising regularity.
This guy is world’s first one to receive double arm transplants.
Karl Merk, sporting both his new arms.
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Mice and rats are adorable pets. They are cute, intelligent, fun to watch, very interactive and extremely easy to care for.
Mice also share a large portion of DNA with humans, making them perfect test subjects. And some times those tests lead to fantastic results.
This is a dream sequence for people who have injured or lost fingers, limbs or organs:
The Fifth Element was released in 1997 and the CGI looks dated now, but the costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier are still too haute couture for everyday wear. Anyway, the concept behind this scene is fascinating.
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