46,000-Year-Old Worms Revived From Siberian Permafrost


46,000-Year-Old Worms Revived From Siberian Permafrost

#shorts #scinews #science news #science #science max #ancient life #cryopreservation #roundworms #nematodes #Siberia Nematode worms frozen in Siberian permafrost for over 46,000 years have been revived by scientists. The microscopic roundworms survived in cryptobiosis, where all metabolic processes shut down. Studying their extraordinary hardiness could unlock new cryopreservation techniques. The resilient worms are an entirely new species, named Panagrolaimus kolymaensis.

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