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April 30 2012

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Now that’s a scale I can approve of. 

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This is a tardigrade, also known as a”water bear” or “moss piglet.” It is probably the coolest microscopic life form that you’ve never heard of. Besides looking like miniature, animatronic gummy bears, tardigrades can live at temperatures close to absolute zero (it’s -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit). Tardigrades can survive in any environment (including outer space), are able to go without water for up to 10 years, and are like a million bajillion years old, they originated in the Cretaceous period.
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April 27 2012

April 26 2012

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