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Updated on July 30, 2013

An expedition that began at a tender age, those days in high school, my pares calls me Dr Know because i tend to know everything. I wanted to be a medical doctor but Mom wanted me to be a biologist so i took it as my major. One thing i like about my profession is that it gives me sufficient time to study life.

I realized as a biologist that Life is like the wind and with numerous research, i was able to actually understand how the human mind and brain function. I also understood life itself. You see, there was this movie i saw when i was about ten, entitle FIRST BORN. A chimp matured into a man in the movie, the egg of a female chimp was fertilized with human sperm.

The event that transpired in that movie led me into so many research and somehow i decided to do something unique, first i wanted to use a dog but changed my mind and changing my mind led me to the aquarium, my friend Dr. Tim is the head vet so with his help,i was able to collect egg samples of different fishes.I collected twenty.

I began studying the eggs, one by one but lost nineteen before i could get to somewhere.However, the only one left became my puzzle. I had to fertilize it with human sperm, it took longer than normal fish egg to fertilize, then after four months it developed to what you see in picture one and i named it Darline. Isn't it amazing?

One Year old...

I was happy with my creation but as you can see, three months afterwards realized that as it was growing that the tail was separating, there was a dimensional line developing on the tail and it finally developed and became visible human legs, this led me to a thorough study of this mysterious creature and an ultra sound on Darline showed that it had fully developed a female reproductive tract.

This i could not believe but as i studied her more, i realized that she was sensitive to so many things, she blinks her eyes when it is dark and suddenly it become bright, ie the reflection of light, she also has a larger brain unlike ordinary fish, although her brain is noting compared to human brain but i can tell you that she is smart.

Anyway, one thing is clear, i want to take this research and creation to the next level because Darline, although her abdominal structure is like that of a typical fish.However, there is a presence of a womb in her. In picture 3, you will come to terms with me that she is actually a woman because in it, she has fully developed and is four years old

The pictures illustrates her stages of development, i tried an artificial P on her and her reaction was exactly like that of a normal woman; orgasm.

Isn't this amazing?

She doesn't need water to live and the flesh on her legs are exactly the same with ours except for the presence of waxy substance that protected her skin from contact with water. She eats normal everyday food and enjoys honey more than any other thing, she understands my gestures and had in so many occasions stood upright, she becomes a bit aggressive when hungry, typically how some humans react when hungry.

Four years old


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      Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 

      5 years ago from Nigeria

      Thanks rose-the planner...we are working on developing it to a short movie.

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      rose-the planner 

      5 years ago from Toronto, Ontario-Canada

      This was a very interesting and unusual short story. I wanted to read more. You have a very unique writing technique. Thank you for sharing. (Voted Up) -Rose


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