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How Do Bacteria Live a Million Years?

Age is not even a number

Photo by CDC on Unsplash

Researchers extracted a million-year-old deposit from the ocean and tested for microorganisms.

Miraculously, the bacteria present in the sample sprang back to life. They started all their activities like feeding, metabolism, and reproduction.

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