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Researcher captured a water bear tardigrade laying eggs with LabCam

October 02, 2017

Researcher captured a water bear tardigrade laying eggs with LabCam

A researcher from University of Florida, Hunter N. Hines, has recently captured a video of a water bear laying eggs using LabCam. Tardigrades are one of the most resilient animals known. Individual species of tardigrades can survive extreme conditions that would be rapidly fatal to nearly all other known life forms, including complete global mass extinction events due to astrophysical events, such as supernovae, gamma-ray burst, or a large meteorite impacts. 

 






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