NOTICE:-We personally don’t believe this but after serious Google searching, It seems the Cross between Human & Dogs by the Americans is real…
Scientists have created a hybrid life form called ‘Human-Dog’, a cross between humans and dogs, to entertain/cater for super-rich people who like collecting unique pets.
Dr. William Bateman, 43, one of the scientists who created these human hybrids explains: “There is only so much you can buy as a person who has it all.”
However, animal rights groups are up in arms, as Paul Cross, 27, activist with the Animal Defense League said, “If one my children saw these creatures, they’d be scared half to death. Imagine one of them sucking on your toes, in a dark alley.”
According to Dr Bateman, the advantage of having these Human-Dog hybrids is that, “They’re very intelligent and unique and they can also communicate, as their vocal cords are functional. This means, not only can they keep you company like a dog can, they can talk and even read with little training.”
Currently these Human-Dog hybrids are being sold at around $5 million. Not only are they being sold in North America, but there are orders for them in Manchester, Cardiff and London.
Experiments to create half-men, half-beasts or Human Hybrids are not legal in most jurisdictions. The construction of such hybrid life forms is now prohibited in most states.
Meanwhile most claim its just a hoax as reports show below
This hoax rears its very ugly head every few years and it is back and still not true. Scientists have not created a hybrid life form of “Human-Dog,” which supposedly is a cross between the DNA of a human and a canine, contrary to a report that Lead Stories’ Trendolizer identified as trending.
That story claims the creatures are a hot item for “super rich people who like collecting unique pets.”
However, the magic of a Google image reverse search revealed that these are real sculptures by Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. In fact, it was her hyperrealist artwork that was used to perpetuate a previous human-dog hoax in 2009.