Subjects A-D are considered dangerous and too wild for the Homo Saipan DNA to over throw.
Test subjects from “E1-E50” are stable. “F23” has shown aggression towards the keepers. Protocols are put into place to ensure the re taming of “F23.” We are preparing for the “F” series.
The “F” series has started to show results of the gene splicing. “F1” – Panthera leo/Domestic Felis catus– has grown rapidly the past 7 days of surveillance. This must be a defult from the Panthera leo. “F1” will be considered too large for the “field tests.” The “1” series must be reworked to ensure the Domestic Felis catus is the dominant donor.
The “F” series was faulty and considered a failed start to the gene splicing. The Felis “F1” to “F6” have g