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Researcher Reveals a Case About a Shocking “Humanzee” Experiment

Many thought Oliver the chimpanzee was a human-chimp hybrid (Image: Bettmann)

A researcher has made a shocking case that just about 100 years back, a human-chimp was made in a lab in the US – before later being killed by shocked specialists.

Developmental clinician Gordon Gallup guarantees his previous college educator affirmed that an effective ‘humanzee’ experiment happened in Orange Park, Florida in the 1920s.

It would imply that a female chimp was artificially inseminated with human sperm, before effectively falling pregnant with a half-human, half gorilla tyke.

Gallup revealed to The Sun: “They inseminated a female chimpanzee with human semen from an undisclosed donor and claimed not only that pregnancy occurred, but the pregnancy went full term and resulted in a live birth.

“But in a matter of days, or a few weeks, they began to consider the moral and ethical considerations and the infant was euthanised.”

 

“But in a matter of days, or a few weeks, they began to consider the moral and ethical considerations and the infant was euthanised.”

Gallup says that the man who educated him regarding the experiment is a sound researcher, who worked at Yerkes before the research focus was migrated to Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1930.

The soonest and most remarkable case of human-primate hybridisation is the work of Russian researcher Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov, who directed a progression of popular experiments in the 1920s.

He inseminated female chimpanzees with human sperm, but none of the creatures at any point fell pregnant.

It was asserted that he 47 – the number in the middle of a chimp’s 48 and a human’s 46 chromosomes.

Oliver kicked the bucket in 2012, at 55 years old.

Gallup guarantees that it’s conceivable to crossbreed people with chimpanzees, as well as with all the considerable apes, including gorillas and orangutan.

He included: “Humans and all three of the great apes species are all descended from a single common ape-like ancestry.

“I’ve also coined what would be the appropriate terms to refer to human-gorilla hybrids and human-orangutan hybrids which would be a ‘hurilla’ and a ‘hurang’.”

Gallup is uncertain whether the expenses of such a strange and disputable natural experiment would exceed the benefits.