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    Default You pesky little tardigrade!



    Interesting little critter able to withstand extremes - extreme extremes! Exterminate exterminate ---

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    Default Re: You pesky little tardigrade!

    The tardigrade shall inherit the Earth.
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    Default Re: You pesky little tardigrade!

    Are you the Doctor?
    Dr. Who?
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    Default Re: You pesky little tardigrade!

    I remember Neil deGrasse talking about tardigrades on the new cosmos show a few years back. Interesting critters!
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    Default Re: You pesky little tardigrade!

    Quote Originally Posted by helicon64 View Post
    I remember Neil deGrasse talking about tardigrades on the new cosmos show a few years back. Interesting critters!
    lol a short clip of that moment
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    Default Re: You pesky little tardigrade!

    Conan the Bacterium will share the Earth with tardigrades.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deinococcus_radiodurans
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    Default Re: You pesky little tardigrade!

    Quote Originally Posted by pikaia View Post
    Conan the Bacterium will share the Earth with tardigrades.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deinococcus_radiodurans
    After all the tardigrade can't survive meaningfully if its food source can't.
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