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  • Gozzin


    The researchers brought the worms back to a lab, where they slowly thawed them over several weeks. The researchers put them in petri dishes with food, stored at 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit).

    As they warmed, the worms started showing signs of life, moving and eating. That marks the first documented time multi-cellular organisms have returned to functioning after being frozen in permafrost.

  • StarFlower

    I know it's amazing, but it still sounds a little creepy to me. (Will they take over the world one day??)

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