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Space Fantasy #12: Russia Sending Monkeys To Mars In Two Years!



Monkeys paved the way for us to reach the moon and now Russian scientists are hoping the animals will be key to getting a human colony to Mars. Experts from the Russian Academy Of Science are training four rhesus macaques to travel into space and land on the red planet. This training, which includes using a joystick and solving puzzles, should make them capable to man a mission within the next two years.  Daily Mail Read More>>>>>


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