French get genetically modified ‘jellyfish lamb’ meat served to them
Lamb is a popular dish around the world and France is no stranger to the meat. However, they probably weren’t anticipating that the lamb they were eating recently might have had transparent skin that glowed in the dark like a jellyfish thanks to a mix up in the genetic modification world.
There’s a good chance that these animals, deemed inedible, were accidentally sold as meet according to The Telegraph:
Rubis, a lamb containing a jellyfish protein that makes skin transparent and glow in the dark, entered the French food chain after being “accidentally sold” to an abbatoir.