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First Animal to Survive in Space

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Published on Sep 4, 2012

Tardigrades or "Water Bears" are the only creatures that can survive the extreme conditions in the vacuum of outer space.

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Dyfrig Shandy
that creature traveler are so cute
xblanks
Look at how cute the little legs are lol
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Wally Bearclaws
I'm a Tardigrade and I think about tomorrow everyday.
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alphabetsouptoday
wow that got real deep at the end. lol
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Lucian Nestor
tardigrades should train with goku.
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Rawal Khan
dude what if those things come back as big-ass tremor like tardigiants? ever think about that?
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undergroundbasement
Tardigrade ? ... sounds like something a teacher would write on a report for a student showing up to class for being LATE....lol !!!
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Ty Brown
Imagine if we put these on a planet in our solar system where water was discovered, wait a couple million years and let evolution take place.
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Lorenzo Pacheco
"We don't know how they evolved, we can't even guess. We don't even know what other species they're related to". Well he's obviously not a geneticist.
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C Funk
We need to program them to eat cancer cells
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