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Hydra (genus) - Wikipedia

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Hydra /ˈhaɪdrə/ is a genus of small, fresh-water animals of the phylum Cnidaria and class ... Once fully extended, the tentacles are slowly manoeuvred around waiting for contact with ...

What is a Hydra? - Animal Biology - Quatr.us

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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 ...

Hail the Hydra, an Animal That May Be Immortal - Live Science

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Dec 22, 2015 ... As it turns out, the real-life animal named after this mythical beast may be even more tenacious. A new study finds that hydra — spindly, ...

Hydra | Developmental Biology Interactive

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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 ...

Hydra | hydrozoan genus | Britannica.com

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Nov 13, 2008 ... Hydra, genus of invertebrate freshwater animals of the class Hydrozoa (phylum ... A familiar coelenterate animal, the freshwater Hydra, usually ...

Freshwater polyp described as 'effectively immortal' by scientists ...

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Dec 10, 2013 ... Biologists from the University of Southern Denmark believe the microscopic animal, Hydra magnipapillata, is almost completely unaffected by ...

Meet the hydra, an animal that rips itself a new mouth every time it ...

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Mar 10, 2016 ... For the boneless creature known as the hydra, this odd reality is the norm, because they literally rip open new mouths every time they eat, and ...

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Mar 1, 2007 ... A live video capture of a Hyrda using the bright field mircoscope technique.

The Animal That Wouldn't Die: The Hydra | The Kid Should See This

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Jan 14, 2015 ... Just a few millimeters long and full of embryonic cells, the hydra is a small and mysterious cnidarian polyp that seems to defy mortality.

This little animal can potentially live forever : TreeHugger

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Jan 30, 2015 ... Scientists believe that the hydra may be able to eternally resist going ... of less than half an inch in length, they are marvels of the animal world.