Researchers Find 2 Species of Sea Slugs Can Regrow Bodies After Decapitation
A university study in Japan found that two different species of sea slugs can not only survive detaching their head from the rest of their body, but also can regrow a whole new body with a new set of vital organs. Researchers found that the slug's head could move on its own after decapitation and that it could regenerate a new body and organs-including a brand new heart-within 3 weeks. For more world news, subscribe to NowThis News. #SeaSlug #Science #Regenerate #Japan #News #NowThis
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