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Watch: The Jellyfish That Lives Forever

A tiny jellyfish named Turritopsis dohrnii is capable of living forever, Motherboard reports. Only discovered in 1988, the organism can regenerate into a polyp—its earliest stage of life—as it ages or when it experiences illness or trauma. Take a look at this video that examines a quirky Japanese scientist who breeds and studies the jellyfish in hopes of learning how it regenerates so that humans can do it, too.

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