The African mouse that could hold the key to healing wounds without scar tissue by regenerating its own damaged skin African spiny mouse is first mammal found capable of regrowing its own skinCould provide a new model for wound healing and tissue regeneration in people | UPDATED: 11:16 GMT, 27 September 2012 Enlarge The mouse that can heal itself: This rodent can shed its skin and fur to allow it to escape the grasp of predators A small African mammal with an unusual ability to regrow damaged tissues could be the key to the next breakthrough in regenerative medicine, say scientists.
Badly stuffed animals: The creatures who will never know the meaning of dignity in death These poor animals would be horrified if they could see themselves now.
Beware of the MICE! “Tube staff” warn commuters to tuck trousers into socks after “attacks”The sign has been seen by thousands of commuters and people on Twitter
Why drinking red wine helps keep pensioners steady on their feet | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 19 August 2012 Recommended: Drinking red wine in old age could improve brittle bones Red wine isn’t usually associated with being steady on your feet.
Man develops BUBONIC PLAGUE from stray cat bite and narrowly escapes death… but will have fingers and toes amputated