Researchers sent flatworms aboard the International Space Station for 5 weeks to STUDY how an absence of normal gravity can affect organisms. AND THEY DIDN’T EXPECT AT ALL WHAT THEY FOUND!
One of the amputated fragments regenerated into a double-headed worm. And when the researchers amputated both heads from the double-headed worm, the headless middle fragment regenerated into another double-headed worm.
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