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[[File:ChainAnimal3.png|thumb|270px|A '''Chain Animal''' being monitored.]]
 
[[File:ChainAnimal3.png|thumb|270px|A '''Chain Animal''' being monitored.]]
A '''Chain Animal''' is a beast that has been either genetically modified, created through crossbreeding or is the result of cloning a long extinct species back to life. These creatures are produced in the [[1st Biotope]]'s [[Gourmet Research Laboratory]] and serve many purposes to further advancements in the Gourmet Age, such as the mass production of ingredients, the creation of new ingredients, the improvement of current ingredients and the revival of long extinct ingredients. These experiments are often not viewed well from an ethical stand point, so the [[IGO]] must perform them under secrecy from the public.
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A '''Chain Animal''' is an artificial "new species" of beast that does not yet exist in the wild. They are usually the result of either genetic modification, crossbreeding many animals together or is the result of cloning a long extinct species back to life. These creatures are produced in the [[1st Biotope]]'s [[Gourmet Research Laboratory]] and serve many purposes to further advancements in "Gourmet Research", such as the mass production of ingredients, the creation of new ingredients, the improvement of current ingredients and the revival of long extinct ingredients. These experiments are often not viewed well from an ethical stand point, so the [[IGO]] must perform them under secrecy from the public.
   
 
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A Chain Animal being monitored.

A Chain Animal is an artificial "new species" of beast that does not yet exist in the wild. They are usually the result of either genetic modification, crossbreeding many animals together or is the result of cloning a long extinct species back to life. These creatures are produced in the 1st Biotope's Gourmet Research Laboratory and serve many purposes to further advancements in "Gourmet Research", such as the mass production of ingredients, the creation of new ingredients, the improvement of current ingredients and the revival of long extinct ingredients. These experiments are often not viewed well from an ethical stand point, so the IGO must perform them under secrecy from the public.

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