Freshwater hydra, a unique organism. The name comes from a creature dating back from Greek mythology. Any time one of its heads was cut off, it would regrow with two more in the same place. Scientists chose the name very wisely and symbolically. The freshwater hydra is immortal. Its cells never age, concluding it never dies due to aging. But the hydra can die from a predator or environmental factors.
So, if you cut one part of the hydra, it will regrow, and if you cut a lot of pieces, all of them will grow into a new hydra.
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If you are thinking of a way to kill hydra, note this:
Put the hydra into a blender, make a soup, and ball all the pieces together; they will create a new hydra AGAIN!
Because this is a phenomenon of an organism, scientists are very interested in it. The US government spends enormous money on its research and experiments in biology, genetics, and medicine.
Previously, Dr. Madej talked about the terrible things she saw about the C-19 vaccine vials under a microscope.
Now, she has something new to share with the public.
Take a look at the video below and see what this is about.