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Ancient seagrass holds secrets of the oldest living organism on Earth

It's big, it's old and it lives under the sea -- and now an international research collaboration has confirmed that an ancient seagrass holds the secrets of the oldest living organism on Earth. Ancient giant Posidonia oceanica reproduces asexually, generating clones of itself. A single organism -- w...
Sam Pryor
Sam Pryor • 2 years ago

Ancient Seagrass Holds Secrets of the Oldest Living Organism On Earth

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