The idea of creating a hybrid Monkey Man Biologist Ivanovich Ivanov proposed again Austria 1910. The scholar excelled in the field of research on animal hybridization and artificial insemination. After earning a PhD in physiology with a benchmark in the field like Nobel laureate Ivan Pavlov, he was able to work. From him he learned to extract the gonads of animals to create artificial insemination techniques on pure hair.
Separated from the first Russian Nobel-winning scientist, the biologist wanted to expand his research to farm species, but lost his patrons, money investors who supported some academics. He has no way of carrying out his plans.
Years later, with the Russian Revolution, the theorist was able to try the opportunity to apply his idea. In 1924, during his lectures at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France, Ivanov received a document from two European board directors. Both consigned ape-man hybrids as “possible or desirable.” He was given the company’s chimpanzee station in Guinea, then known as French West Africa.
Ivanov returned with the message to Russia, the capital of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (ussr) Stalin’s regime initially rejected the $15,000 support plan, but it was later accepted. Nikolay Petrovich Korbunov, former director of the government’s Department of Scientific Institutions, ordered an allocation of $5,000 less than the first proposal.
As Kirill Rosyanov records in “Beyond Species: Ilya Ivanov and His Experiments in Breeding the Human Race with Apes,” the idea spread through the government, cheering a representative of the Agricultural Commission. The official boldly declared that Ivano’s trial would be “a final blow to religious teachings” and part of a valuable campaign to “liberate the working class from Church power.”
The biologist traveled to the French colony in February 1926.
Results of artificial insemination
Ivanov impregnated his son Three female chimpanzees with donor human sperm. Naturally, they could not make the animals pregnant. The biologist attributed the failure to complexity in working with fauna.
The Russian wanted to violate African women by inseminating them with chimpanzee sperm at a local hospital. He tried to do it without approval to avoid documents.
The French government never allowed it. When the Russian Academy of Sciences learned of his unethical project, it reacted with shock and outrage. Despite the status of the intellectuals, the Communist Academy supported the theorist’s project for ideological reasons. He also created a commission aimed at making possible the insemination of women with monkey sperm. The program consists of volunteers who will not be paid and will be isolated for a year in Sukhumvit, Georgia. Ivano’s plans were cut short in June 1929, when an orangutan primate died for study.
More animal experiments
Laika dog from Russia
Laika, the Russian dog used to launch the Russian satellite Sputnik 2 on November 3, 1957. They needed an animal that could withstand the cold and hunger in space and was found on the street. It is estimated that the satellite completed 2,370 orbits and entered the atmosphere on April 14, 1958.
Although other animals had been cloned before, Dolly was the most famous sheep with adult cells that were identical to the donor. He was born on July 5, 1996 in Edinburgh.
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