Turritopsis nutricula, the “immortal jellyfish”.
"Turritopsis nutricula can revert back into its juvenile form of a colonial hydroid at any point in its life - even after achieving sexual maturity! … So each individual is potentially immortal. But during their medusa stage, they make a very tasty snack for zooplankton and small fish so it is not likely that an individual will live forever.” - Discovery News Tumblr

Turritopsis nutricula, the “immortal jellyfish”.

"Turritopsis nutricula can revert back into its juvenile form of a colonial hydroid at any point in its life - even after achieving sexual maturity! …┬áSo each individual is potentially immortal. But during their medusa stage, they make a very tasty snack for zooplankton and small fish so it is not likely that an individual will live forever.” - Discovery News Tumblr

(Source: discoverynews)

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