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I mailed a picture of me delivering twins to the OBGYN who delivered me
26 years ago and said hey, a baby you delivered is now delivering babies!
He googled me, called my residency program coordinator, and then we talked on the phone as colleagues for almost 40 min. #obgyntwitter
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I mailed a picture of me delivering twins to the OBGYN who delivered me 26 years ago and said hey, a baby you delivered is now delivering babies! He googled me, called my residency program coordinator, and then we talked on the phone as colleagues for almost 40 min. #obgyntwitter
I mailed a picture of me delivering twins to the OBGYN who delivered me
26 years ago and said hey, a baby you delivered is now delivering babies!
He googled me, called my residency program coordinator, and then we talked on the phone as colleagues for almost 40 min. #obgyntwitter
I mailed a picture of me delivering twins to the OBGYN who delivered me 26 years ago and said hey, a baby you delivered is now delivering babies! He googled me, called my residency program coordinator, and then we talked on the phone as colleagues for almost 40 min. #obgyntwitter
"You might have been handling a black- footed ferret kit and then they try to take your finger off the next day," U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service black-footed ferret recovery coordinator Pete Gober said Thursday. "She's holding her own."
Elizabeth Ann was born and is being raised at a Fish and Wildlife Service black-footed ferret breeding facility in
Fort Collins, Colorado. She's a genetic copy of a ferret named Willa who died in 1988 and whose remains were frozen in the early days of DNA technology.
Cloning eventually could bring back extinct species such as the passenger pigeon. For now, the technique holds promise for helping endangered species including a Mongolian wild horse that was cloned and last summer born at a Texas facility.
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"You might have been handling a black- footed ferret kit and then they try to take your finger off the next day," U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service black-footed ferret recovery coordinator Pete Gober said Thursday. "She's holding her own." Elizabeth Ann was born and is being raised at a Fish and Wildlife Service black-footed ferret breeding facility in Fort Collins, Colorado. She's a genetic copy of a ferret named Willa who died in 1988 and whose remains were frozen in the early days of DNA technology. Cloning eventually could bring back extinct species such as the passenger pigeon. For now, the technique holds promise for helping endangered species including a Mongolian wild horse that was cloned and last summer born at a Texas facility.
This speed race wanted to know the fastest, the dogs or the cheetah.
But the cheetah did not move a finger and sat in place. People asked the race coordinator what happened.
He responded after seeing him saying:
"Sometimes trying to prove that you are the best is an insult!"
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This speed race wanted to know the fastest, the dogs or the cheetah. But the cheetah did not move a finger and sat in place. People asked the race coordinator what happened. He responded after seeing him saying: "Sometimes trying to prove that you are the best is an insult!"
Don't Prove Yourself
Everywhere!!
This speed race wanted to know the fastest, the dogs or the cheetah.
But the cheetah did not move a finger and sat in place. People asked the race coordinator what happened.
He responded after seeing him saying:
"Sometimes trying to prove that vou are the hect ic an inet!"
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19 jul 2020
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Don't Prove Yourself Everywhere!! This speed race wanted to know the fastest, the dogs or the cheetah. But the cheetah did not move a finger and sat in place. People asked the race coordinator what happened. He responded after seeing him saying: "Sometimes trying to prove that vou are the hect ic an inet!"
Kylie
Cochrane
Program Coordinator
Summer Intern
WWISPIRE.
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18 may 2020
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Kylie Cochrane Program Coordinator Summer Intern WWISPIRE.