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The headless frog embryo

British scientists have created a headless frog embryo, and what it means for genetics

British scientists have created a headless frog embryo, and what it means for genetics. It would be possible to create a person without a head, to be used for spare body parts, although there are no plans to do so. Also in the programme. how slugsare teaching scientists about how we learn and why archeologists are excited about an ancient fireplace. Presenter: Graham Easton.

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