man-ape hybrid

Abdulqader S. Alawi asa at ecst.csuchico.edu
Sat Sep 16 00:53:35 EST 1995

 I may agree with you that the experiment has been done and your source 
could also be legitimate and I also read and heard about many similar 
experiments which have had the same end result.  These failures only 
support my original belief that this may never be possible.  The human 
body is just way to complex to cross-bread with any other organism.  I do 
not see any success in this persuit, they might as well work on other 

On 11 Sep 1995, Don Campton wrote:

> A confidential source, but internationally known and respected anthropologist,
> told me many years ago that he/she was aware of one "experiment" where a 
> female chimp had been artificially inseminated with human sperm with a 
> successful fertilization (zygote formation).  However, the embryo died 
> in-utero and/or was spontaneously aborted.  This is my "two-bits" of 
> "hearsay" on the subject, but I consider the source of my hearsay reputable.

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