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Long-term freeze-dried animals

Post 1

Salamander the Mugwump

I understand that tardigrades can live for possibly thousands of years by dehydrating and freezing. Then as they warm up, they rehydrate gradually and, as if by magic, they're alive. Scientists have found really old ones - still alive and ready to be reanimated by warmth and moisture - deep in ice caves. Fascinating stuff!

Long-term freeze-dried animals

Post 2

Mookie- thingite arbiter of infinite wisdom and justice

Hey, arent they the ones that can also survive thousands of times more radiation, heat, and poisons than other aimals, i think i read about them somewhere

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