OMG!!! 😍❤️❤️❤️#Repost @jam_and_germs
Hello everyone! These are water bear eggs 🥺 can you see how cute they are?! They keep moving in the eggs! I put videos of "adult" water bears on as well so everyone can see how they look like!
Water Bears also known as Tardigrades and Moss Piglets, are the toughest animals on earth, they can survive extreme conditions like outer space, incredibly high radiation, extremely high and low temperatures, extreme pressures, dehydration...
They survive these horrible conditions by curling up to a ball and synthesizing a sugar substitute for water in their body. In this matrix, body structures, cell membranes and all the other sensitive and crucial parts of the animal stay undamaged. When the conditions get better, they simple get back to life and waddle around happily!
Their body is cover with something called cuticle, you can see that surrounding the eggs and kinda having the impression of an empty water bear. When water bears grow they shed this cuticle and this one is left with some eggs inside, so cute! 🥺
Another thing about the water bears is that when they were hatched they have a specific number of cells in their body and as they grow, the number of the cells doesn't change. Our body produce new cells and we grow in this way but water bears grow when their cells grow bigger!
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