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The days were growing shorter and the projects failure was becoming apparent My crew and I had been researching on a little island just south of Australia for over three months and we were making little progress I was hired as the team leader for this excursion by a private investor from some breakthrough zoo The investor a man by the name of Henry Shrinton asked me along with my crew to go down under to find new unknown animals I found this request very unusual simply because my formal education had been in DNA research not biological hunts Nevertheless my grant from the University had run out so I desperately needed funding We had only found a new species of butterfly and I feared my return to the states with nothing to show of our three month stay Our time was up however and the crew and I left Australia disappointed and empty-handed At the airport in New York I was greeted by Mr Shrinton and a few of the other zoo investors They quickly hurried me into a stretched limousine and then my life changed forever The investors asked me quite plainly if I would be willing to create their zoo for them At first I was unclear of the meaning but quick clarification had me realizing the enormous biological disasters such a project would generate They wanted me to chemically produce hybrids of different animal species My first thought was that such a thing was impossible but they showed me research and experiments done by the government that proved it was possible The investors sensed my unwillingness and placed a briefcase in my lap I opened it and found stacks of neatly wrapped bills It had to have been at least ten million dollars I was informed that the briefcase was merely an incentive and if I was able to successfully create one of their creatures
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