Beagle Pups Conceived Through IVF – 30 Years of Research Finally Pays Off

Alexander Travis’ lab witnessed a radical breakthrough in the world of science when the world’s first rubbish of puppies were born through IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). The beagle surrogate gave birth to seven healthy puppies in July.

As the baby beagles turn 5 months old, they were brought to the public at Cornell University. Researchers are considering this development to be of great importance because it can help the world in many ways.

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