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IMMORTAL LİVE WHICH IS RICHARDS FROM COLLAGEN((((((((TURRİTOPSİS DOHRNİİ))))))))
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İmmortal Jellyfish (Turritopsis Dohrnii)
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VERY BEAUTİFUL BUT INTERFERENCE:(
The racing stripe flatworm, AKA psuedoceros bifurcus.
Coron, Palawan,Philippines 
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The good news is that you can be immortal. The bad news is that you have to become a floating blob of jelly to do so. Scientists have discovered a jellyfish which can live forever.



Turritopsis dohrnii is now officially known as the only immortal creature. The secret to eternal life, as it turns out, is not just living a really, really long time. It’s all about maturity, or rather, the lack of it. The immortal jellyfish (as it is better known popularly) propagate and then, faced with the normal career path of dying, they opt instead to revert to a sexually immature stage.

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SEA RABBİT İS A VERY SWEET:) 
A recent trip to Koh Tao, Thailand, gave a fantastic days fun dive where we were lucky enough to see whale sharks for the 2 dives at sail rock.
Admiring the largest, I didnt forget my favourite small friends...
Goniobrancus Conchyliatus
Sail Rock, koh Tao, Thailand 
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MEDUZAA...
Paseo por otra dimensión (Mesuda- jellyfish)
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It turns out that once the adult form of the 4.5 mm-wide species Turritopsis dohrnii have reproduced, they don’t die but transform themselves back into their juvenile polyp state. Their tentacles retract, their bodies shrink, and they sink to the ocean floor and start the cycle all over again. Among laboratory samples, all the adult Turritopsis observed regularly undergo this change. And not just once: they can do it over and over again.
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