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Meet The 30 Million Year Old Mold Pig!

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Fossildude19

Thanks for posting this, Gus! :) 

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goatinformationist
5 minutes ago, Scylla said:

They are similar to a tardigrade but may represent a different and new phylum of invertebrate. Found in Dominican Amber.

 

https://m.phys.org/news/2019-10-mold-pigs-group-invertebrates-million.html

Thanks so much for the reference link.  It filled in so much information on the water bear type life forms.

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Scylla
2 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

Thanks for posting this, Gus! :) 

It tickled my fancy, so I thought it may tickle others as well. :headscratch:

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Bobby Rico
1 minute ago, Scylla said:

It tickled my fancy, so I thought it may tickle others as well. :headscratch:

Yes nice post thank you.  :D

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Carboniferouspat

Do you think that guy could be reanimated if we rehydrated it?

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Scylla
On 10/8/2019 at 9:16 PM, Carboniferouspat said:

Do you think that guy could be reanimated if we rehydrated it?

I doubt it, but we have reanimated 30,000 year old viruses and seeds, so only a factor of 1000 away.

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