University of Hawaii researchers create glow-in-the-dark rabbits

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University of Hawaii research doctors, in conjunction with staff at a university in Turkey, have found a way to make rabbits glow in the dark.

The research will hopefully have greater applications than just being something odd to look at. The doctors working on the project say it could have benefits to humans in the future.

"What you can do is you get the DNA with the gene that you're lacking and you can insert it into your body and fix it," explains Dr. Joel Mahr.

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