Age of ImmortalThe Age of the Immortals
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Nutriculary Turritopsi vs Turritopsi rubras vs Turritopsi dohrnii
Good tidings are that you can be immortal. Researchers have found a mollusc that can survive forever. The only immortal being is now official. As it turns out, the mystery of everlasting survival is not just a really, really long while. The mature 4.5 mm broad type turns out not to be dying but to return to its youthful adenoid state.
All adults undergoing regular observation of turnsitopsis will experience this alteration in the labs. However there are still many secrets around the Turritopsis dosh. Whereas the return from adults to a copyp has been seen several occasions, it has not yet been seen in the wild, only in labs. Even within the academic world there was great disorientation between the three species of Eurasian Turtritopsis jellyfish: the Dhrnii, the Rotricula and the RUBRAB.
Put in a nutshell, the species is found in many parts of the globe and it is no small job to distinguish between these small jellyfish. Nutricles are found in the Caribbean and North America and the inversion of the menstrual cycles has not been seen in the nutricles.
This does not mean that the Nutrikula is not biological immortal, but that it has not yet been monitored and proved. At the time of publication of the report (Bavestrello et al. 1992; Piraino et al. 1996, 2004), the differences between the two were not yet clear and the information was circulated in the press that the nutriricula would be the immortal one.
Last but not least, the rubber is a tourritopsis, which can be found next to New Zealand water. His photographs can be found all over the web and describe the nutriricula, but the rubras were not even considered immortal. It is similar in form to the Nutrikel, but larger (it can be 7 mm compared to the 4.5 mm of the Nutrikel).
If you ever heard of the immortality of the nutriricula, it is indeed the docrnii, but a image of a Rubra is added.