There are certain people who should never ask to follow their dreams. Hitler for example or anyone interested in growing up one day, study science and get together a man and a fun man to create humanzee. Unfortunately, no one sat Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov in his youth and asked him to leave the helm. Ivanov, a Russian biologist born in 1870, had an impressive achievement in his youth, which occurred in the case of artificial insemination. See, someone has to do the job and Ivanov was, truly, very good at extracting horse semen and then planting it.
It said that he could only engage 500 mares with the semen of a stallion, which is impressive for both the scientist and the horse part. Just as it is inevitable to be at the top of your game, the mind floats and looks for new challenges to entertain you. In the case of footballers, it is probably like kicking a big ball (I am guessing). For Ivanov, the animal got the sperm and threw it into different species to see what happened.
He began the journey slowly, creating some hate from a zedonk (from a zebra and a donkey), a rat mouse (self-described), a guinea pig-mouse and deer, and a cow. Then, in 1910, he told a gathering of zoologists that he thought it might be possible to create a human-friendly hybrid, often now known as “humanzee”. That time was purely speculative, as biologists today speculated about what the aliens might see, or astronomers suggested a date that the James Webb Space Telescope would actually launch.
Ivanov is not the first to dream this, and he is not the last. Although in reality the possibility of such a hybrid being effective would be incredible, there are claims of human-friendly hybrids much later than Ivanov’s time. One of these animals was Oliver the chimpanzee who walked straight and his promoters wanted him to be a hybrid, until scientists proved it. His opportunity while working at the Institute Pasteur finally came after the 1917 Russian Revolution. It was here, in 1924, that he given the opportunity to work on the hybrid project of his dreams. The man – the last person to get close to the chimpanzee – told that he could access all the chimpanzees of his choice at a convenient location known as French Guinea.
Surprisingly – I just can’t imagine you waiting to say “I want to keep some man’s semen to a hereditary man” “Can I get some money” – he got $10,000 from the Soviet Financial Commission to do his job, Soviet Before receiving approval from the Academy of Sciences, as well as senior members of the Bolshevik government.