The Lernaean Hydra was an ancient nameless serpent-like water beast that had nine heads and poisonous breath so virulent that even its tracks were deadly. The Hydra of Lerna was killed by Heracles as one of his Twelve Labors. ...
Once fully extended, the tentacles are slowly manoeuvred around waiting for
contact with a suitable prey animal. Upon contact, nematocysts on the tentacle
Dec 22, 2015 ... Tentacled hydra may be immortal in perfect conditions, according to a new study
that finds no sign that these animals lose fertility or become ...
Hydra, genus of invertebrate freshwater animals of the class Hydrozoa (phylum
Cnidaria). The body of such an organism consists of a thin, usually translucent ...
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A hydra is not much more complicated than that - it's a cylinder of cells two cells
thick. The cells are specialized so that the inside cells know to go on the inside ...
Video of Hydra! Hydra is the name of a many-headed water beast in Greek
Mythology…but it's a real animal too! Hydra is a cnidarian; It is exclusively a ...
If disturbed, a hydra will contract its body and tentacles, so that it now ... the basal
disc produces a gas bubble which carries the animal up to the water surface.
Scientific Name: Coelent. Number of Species/Distribtuion The Hydra is found
within inland freshwater systems in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. There are ...
Mar 1, 2007 ... So, you just said that a hydra is not an animal, but then turned ... and looking at
the "hydra eating daphnia" video. a voracious one at that. .