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Alejandro Schmieder 2h
This is definitely what makes amazing to study, and one of my favorite organisms. They can survive in extreme environments, and now we're learning that tardigrade genes can be transferred into human cells!
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RangerRick Magazines Sep 17
Ever heard of ? Even though they’re tiny, they may be the toughest animals on Earth! Scientists have put tardigrades in deep freezes more than 450° F below zero, but afterward, they were just fine! Learn more:
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Tardigradopedia Sep 11
A ghost of Macrobiotus walking in the dark. specimen from Cantabria -Spain- for and Dark-field
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Chris Johnson Sep 16
The final part of the Curious Case of the Transgressing by & myself, with int'l & consequences of fiasco is at:
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Sarah Sapsford Sep 14
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Josh Sep 9
What are ? 🤔
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A.R Sep 17
Probs not - ‘ on the Is Not Good’ via
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UGA Green Labs Sep 16
teaches us the most amazing things! If only the was as as ! ✳️ ❇️
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Tardigradopedia Sep 11
Parental care. Adult specimen laying exuvium containing two eggs. specimen from Cantabria -Spain- for and
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Greg Brian Sep 13
How large are the tardigrades? If sheep size, I pass.
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MEA WorldWide Health & Science Sep 13
Tardigrades lost on moon after spacecraft crash can survive for years in cryptobiotic state but not colonize: Experts
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The Cooper Square Review Sep 16
's GOLDILOCKS AND THE WATER BEARS is a timely read, considering the recent news about and the discovery of a potential . Check it out, and understand why astrobiology is more relevant than ever.
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Alejandro Schmieder Sep 11
I love ! These adorable organisms are present in many aquatic environments, and they can survive in space!
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AQUILA Magazine Sep 16
Here’s some tardigrade anatomy 101 for you! Don’t forget they only measure 0.3 mm to a maximum of 1.2 mm in length – imagine how tiny its little legs must be! 🎨 by Sabina Radeva.
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Elyse Sep 9
Replying to @Astro_Jonny
And the will find it and turn it into a spiffy condo 😂
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Yashas Devasurmutt Sep 13
Indeed it's interesting to pursue, not much studies on so far.
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Greg Autry Sep 15
Replying to @DrPhiltill
Could be the have boots now? :)
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Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar Sep 9
Replying to @GregWAutry
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Hadi Issa 20h
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Tardigradopedia Sep 15
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