...The only Known Immortal Animal.. Lives in the Ocean...

by OUTLAW 19 Replies latest social current

  • purplesofa
    purplesofa

    i love spongebob squarepants, have to watch it every day with my granddaughter!!!

  • JWoods
    JWoods

    I hope you are just watching but not touching, Outlaw.

    Some Jellyfish can sting the holy fire out of you.

  • OUTLAW
    OUTLAW

    [email protected]!!..

    You won`t find "Sponge Bob" in the ocean..

    These are Pic`s of "Sea Sponges"..

    No relation to Bob..

    LOL!!..

    ............................ ...OUTLAW

  • OUTLAW
    OUTLAW

    JWoods..

    No worries..

    I`ve lived on the Ocean..I know what a jellyfish sting is like..Too many stings can kill you..

    I`ve been stabbed by sea urchins in the caribbean..

    Been cut up by getting to close to coral reefs..

    Nothing ever life threatening though..

    ............................ ...OUTLAW

  • shamus100
    shamus100

    So that's paradise.... getting resurrected as a jellyfish????!!!!!???

    **** you Jehovah!!!

  • BabaYaga
    BabaYaga

    Wow! This is so cool.

  • Titus
    Titus
    The species of jellyfish MAY be the only animal in the world to have truly discovered the fountain of youth. .... Since it is capable of cycling from a mature adult stage to an immature polyp stage and back again, there MAY be no natural limit to its life span.

    This statement is something like Rutherford's Millions now living MAY never die.

    Believe me, turritopsis nutricula WILL die, yes, within this generation!

  • yknot
    yknot

    Oh Brother Titus..

  • Steve_C
    Steve_C

    Somehow the WTS will use turritopsis nutricula to substantiate its overlapping generations teaching.

  • frankiespeakin
    frankiespeakin

    I wonder if dna random mutations would help it to keep evolveing for adaption thus extending its life for so long that it lived for a million years (i know highly unlikely but of the billions or trillions of theses creatures perhaps a very small number reach that lenght.

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