6) In Tokyo they sell toupees for dogs
Its official – our world has evolved to the stage where you can now buy a wig for your dog. As with many unusual trends, this one started in Japan, a country where green tea Kit-Kats and toothpaste are the norm. Capsule vending machines in Ginza dispense canine wigs, in case you suddenly get the urge to change your dog’s look.
7) The Mammoth is making a comeback in South Korea
Bewilderingly, the world’s most advanced biotechnology laboratory is in South Korea, and they have already cloned six hundred dogs for customers around the world. Each customer paid $100 000 to be ‘reunited’ with their beloved pet. They are also aiming to repopulate endangered canines like Ethopian and American red wolves. Their progress is being followed closely in Russia, because it gave researchers hope that the Woolly Mammoth, last seen roaming Siberia three thousand six hundred years ago, might have a chance at reappearing.