• The moss that has been frozen for more than 1000 years has revived – vitality in extreme environments

    According to the Huffington Post on March 17, British scientists have revived a moss that has been frozen under the Antarctic ice for 1530 years. The dark moss dug out from under the Antarctic ice has no breath of life. Scientists put it into the incubator in the laboratory and did nothing but irrigate it with distilled water, but three weeks later, a miracle happened, and the moss turned green and began to grow again. Moss under Cycas In fact, the vitality of moss is extremely tenacious. As early as…

    May 10, 2022