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Scientists revived tiny Siberian worms that had been frozen in permafrost for 42,000 years — and they started moving and eating
A group of Russian scientists have successfully revived two species of tiny worms that they discovered suspended in an icy chunk of Siberian permafrost. The worms, known as nematodes or more commonly as roundworms, had been frozen for up to 42,000 years, since a time when much of the planet was covered in ice. But they weren't dead - just cyrogenically preserved.