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Scientists Melted Ancient Ice and a Long-Dead Worm Wriggled Out

Futurism Tuesday, 9 July 2019 ()
Scientists Melted Ancient Ice and a Long-Dead Worm Wriggled OutWhen a team of biologists melted some Siberian permafrost to look for microbes, an ancient survivor waved hello. On University of Tennessee microbiologist Tatiana Vishnivetskaya’s petri dish sat a small pile of nematodes — half-millimeter long roundworms — that sprang back to life as the ice age-era frost melted away around them, according […]

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