Can Homo Naledi be cloned? Ask The Naked Scientist...

Redi Tlhabi's guest, Chris Smith, who is known as The Naked Scientist, today answered listeners' questions about any science subject.

The questions ranged from cloning Homo Naledi, urine's medicinal purposes, to carnivores feeding on each other.

Listen to the questions and answers below:


This article first appeared on 702 : Can Homo Naledi be cloned? Ask The Naked Scientist...


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