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24,000-year-old “zombies” revived and cloned from Arctic permafrost

Frozen little zombie Arctic The 24,000-year-old permafrost has recently revived and was cloned in a Russian laboratory.

These tough creatures are the bdelloidea, or rotifers, named for their small ring-shaped hairs that loop around their mouths. Rotifers are multicellular microscopic animals that live in freshwater environments and have been inhabited for about 50 million years.

24,000-year-old “zombies” revived and cloned from Arctic permafrost

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