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2011-12-08 08:05:22
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2011-12-08 03:26:16
Too back birdcat dropped dead. I would have taught it to fly. I'm an expert on levitation.
2011-12-08 02:39:41
Love it! this better than the "In bread Cat".
2011-12-08 02:17:00
To sum it all up, this poor little creature was put together Dr. Frankenstein style, then when it couldn't decide if it was a herbivore or a carnivore, it bit the dust.
2011-12-07 10:12:06
A very unfortunate little animal. When Dr. Jorgensen through it in the air, in an attempt to get it to fly, it fell back to earth and didn't land on all four's.
2011-12-07 07:06:54
Not a new species, or even a species at all, the Copenhagen Cat Bird was a single individual, no longer alive, that was produced by a combination of genetic engineering techniques in the Denmark laboratory of Lars Jorgensen. This single individual was conceived and died in 2010. It was not sexually reproductive or even fully viable. Seeming to suffer with issues over being a carnivore or herbivore, it only lived for six weeks. A few photos do exist, however the full details of it's conception have never been revealed. Perhaps additional creatures are forthcoming. Even though the creature had wings it was apparently incapable of flight. It was also apparently incapable of making any vocal sound. It's bone density was far greater than what would be expected from any known bird. Since genetic engineering such as this is generally frowned upon by the scientific community (to the point of being illegal in most countries), Dr. Jorgensen has not provided any specific information.