why people are banning human-animal hybrids?


The hybrid animal is no longer strange for most of the people. There are hybrid Animals called Liger which is the mix of male lion and a female tiger, Jagion which is the mix of a male jaguar and female lion, and mule which is the mix of a male donkey and female horse, etc. Those cross-breeding species arise people curiosity. As in nature, we can not find out any of the hybrid animals without human’s manipulation. It explores science in a different way, which provide a new angle for people to perceive our conceptual world. However, why people are banning human-animal hybrids?Digital Composite.
With all the ethical problems that ever happen in our society, we cannot give a good solution to deal with the relationship between human-animal hybrid and real human society. We are afraid of any kinds of scientistic mutation that might produce dangerous virus and uncontrollable spread, which might push human species to the edge of being extinct if the situation goes the worst. To prevent the most unfortunate situation from happening, scientists have come up a way to look in advance. They try their best to analyze the genes combination that might generate horrible generic virus, which can reduce the risk rate of confronting perilous mutations. However, no matter how careful we are, we still cannot avoid getting into the place where we reluct to go, which is just like when we intend to pick off the roses, we cannot avoid getting scratched. Taking risk is a critical capacity for scientists to approach further progression in the scientific field. If people never take action, they will not know what is happening. Instead, we might be trapped in our imagination forever.
Can we free ourselves from all of the restraints and do what we want?


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