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Turtles, crocodilians, and salamanders have a slow aging rate. A team of 114 scientists conducted the biggest research on amphibians’ longevity in the wild. Protective phenotypes such as hard shells, spines, or venom correlate to their longevity.

 

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Syria water reservoir dries up

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