The transparent frog produced by the Japanese scientists were done so by selectively breeding two brown frogs that had genetic mutations causing their skin to be pale. Further selective breeding of the subsequent generations allowed for a frog with the transparent skin phenotype. So technically, no genetic engineering was used.
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