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Posted byu/[deleted]8 years ago
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Jellyfish that can live forever, possible key to eternal life.

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1 point · 8 years ago

how many fucking times are people going to link to this jellyfish?

let me know when scientists isolate the gene and manage to successfully do some helix splicing shit that ends up with some kind of human dna strand hybrid jibbada jabbada which means we now have the key to eternal life.

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1 point · 8 years ago

That must be one extremely bored jellyfish.

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