Gorilla and human genetic experimentation has been going on secretly since the 1980s, in multiple countries. It was only inevitable that the success of these experiments would finally take place.
Indians are calling him “Hurilla” At just seven weeks of age, ‘Hurilla’ weighs approximately 18.2 pounds and is 24 inches long; They expect him to grow to approximately 250 – 300 pounds with a height not to exceed 6 feet.
In the 1990s it was disclosed that an experiment at a primate center involving human sperm and a gorilla resulted in a live birth. However, the newborn was euthanized within several days.
Apes and humans are more alike than different, sharing 99% of the same genetic structure.
The genetic analysis of ‘Hurilla’s’ blood revealed that the number of chromosomes were in between humans and gorillas. Humans have 46 chromosomes and gorillas have 48 chromosomes. ‘Hurilla’ has 47 chromosomes, but only a few were human, and most were guerrilla.
There are many “scientists” creating hybrids of all types of species in labs all across the world. It’s not often that you will hear of this, as most scientists are too afraid to come forward. Fortunately for this University, there is no law in India preventing this type of experiment. They’re expecting him to be smarter than the average human; a sort of “super intelligent” species.