In Uruguay, scientists have genetically modified sheep so that they can glow-in-the-dark!!
They only glow under ultraviolet light though, so unless you have a black light, you'll miss these goats' special ability.
What they did was take a jellyfish gene for green fluorescence and inject it into sheep embryos.
Nine genetically modified lambs were born and they are all currently healthy and about 6-months old now.
Looking at them, you'd just think they're normal cutie lambs, unless you hit them with a black light.
This whole endeavor proves that genetic modification technology can work and it should be a great jump off point for future science!
Way to go, Uruguay!!
[Image via Wikimedia Commons.]