Oldest Living Thing on Earth

Australian scientists say ancient seagrass in the Mediterranean Sea is 100,000 to 200,000 years old.

MIT biologists say the oldest living thing on Earth is believed to be the Siberian Actino Bacteria which may be 500,000 years old.

Siberian bacteria has been living and growing for half a million years as it has been doing DNA repair in a below freezing environment.

The oldest living thing on the Planet may also be the most vulnerable though because if the permafrost melts, it won’t survive.

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One response to “Oldest Living Thing on Earth

  1. Jeffrey Spitznogle

    Forward.

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