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Nature's way of adapting to climate change?
Even though these plants were propogated from stem cells, I have not given up on the possibility that tundra organisms can sustain themselves over the long term. 32000 years is a relatively short geologic timespan and a great deal of climate changes have occurred over this period. It is entirely plausible that some plant seeds, shrimp, insects,etc have adapted for the long haul. I hope the scientists continue their work. It is always interesting to see how nature adapts to the harshest conditions.
Posted by Arctic Char
21st Feb 2012