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Channel: BRIGHT SIDE
Categories: Biology   |   Environmental   |   Science  
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We landed on the moon, we sailed around the world, Romeo met Juliet. Its hard to imagine there are creatures on Earth who saw it all happen. Yes, animals that live for hundreds of years or even forever!

A shark that lives 400 years, a jellyfish that can slow down its own aging, and one of the biggest insects on Earth that can literally come back to life! But nothing beats the hardiest creature on this planet: the tardigrade. Theyre known to live in the most extreme places: volcanoes, frosty desert nights, and massive amounts of pressure in the deepest parts of the ocean. They're even fine in the vacuum of space!

Does the secret to living forever hide within these animals? Scientists think it could!

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