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6 Creatures That You Don’t Realize Are Secretly Immortal

These animals could outlive us all.






Humans have been wanting to know the secret to a youthful look that, in their futile attempt to find it, they result to commercial and artificial methods to make their face and skin resistant to aging. Some animals, however, have been born with the gift of immortality and they may even outlive us all.

Actually, there are even those who grow powerful as they age. Read on and learn!

Lobsters grow more powerful and hornier with age

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Lobsters can end up as a fancy meal but if you see a massive one on the plate, you’re looking at an oldie – probably an ancient crustacean. Lobsters don’t really age like humans do, in which there will be ailments as they mature in the future years. Instead, they grow bigger and stronger as they age. What’s interesting is that they are more sexually active and more fertile when they get older.

Turtles stop aging at a certain point

Most people probably know by now that turtles can live on for centuries, but what not a lot of us know is that they stop aging at some point in their lives. In a way, it’s like they would remain as teenagers for longer periods of time.

What’s even more awesome about these creatures is that they can mate and the females can lay eggs just as long as it lives. This means they can mate for as long as they want, unless they die. Research has found that turtle deaths are not even caused by old age – it’s almost always caused by disease or the irresponsible acts of humans. Shame on us!

Sea sponges can outlive humankind and other animals

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Although you may think it’s just a simple creature from the sea, a sea sponge could live up to 15,000 years. One species, in particular, is the glass sponge and they are considered as the oldest animals on the planet. Scientists believe that they have stopped evolving 700 million years ago and decided to stay to its current form.

Ancient artifact found inside Bowhead whales

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Bowhead whales could live for centuries and one was even found to be 211 years old. It was once believed that the sea mammal lived up to 70 years the most, but in 2007, Native Alaskan hunters found an artifact from around 1880 inside a whale that they had killed, suggesting that it could live for more than a hundred years.

Bdelloids, the DNA-stealing microorganisms


While the above-mentioned creatures are secretly immortal by having the ability to live for hundreds and hundreds of years, the bdelloids survive by stealing bits of DNA from whatever they can find lying around. They don’t get old; they just replace their damaged DNA with new ones to help them survive in different conditions. Yes, they may be considered “immortal” but somehow they live a sad life, since they haven’t had any romance in 80 million years.

Clams can live for about half a millennium

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Just like the lobster, clams increase in size as time passes and when talking about an increase, it means they can grow really big. There was story about a gigantic clam that trapped a native Philippine diver who went for its pearl. Being the strong bivalve that it was, it reportedly didn’t let go of the intruder, leaving him to die.

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Woman Buys $30 Egg on eBay. Weeks Later, It Hatches Into An Exotic Bird!

Their feathered pet is set to grow as much as 6 feet!

Mark Andrew



Everything can really be bought online these days – even exotic birds! Charlotte Harrison found an emu egg on eBay and, out of curiosity, purchased it for $30 even if she wasn’t sure if it would hatch later on.

Much to her surprise, the egg did hatch after 47 days and so they welcomed baby Kevin in their family.

How did this even happen? Well according to Charlotte, she used a home incubating system and then after more than a month, the egg finally hatched.

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These Colorful Snakes Are Among The Most Beautiful Creatures On The Planet

Whether you shudder at snakes or you like them, their beauty cannot be denied.

Jade Mendez



Most people shudder at the sight of snakes. Admit it, these creepy slithery creatures can terrify even the most courageous person on the planet. While snakes are mostly regarded as pests, they are actually helpful predators that keep our natural ecosystem working. Some people even admires the beauty of these reptiles that they prefer to keep them as pets.

There are more than 3,000 known species of snakes in the world. They practically live almost everywhere, in deserts, forests, oceans, and lakes. On every continent, there is at least one type of snake. Except in the north of the Arctic Circle and Antarctica where the ground stays frozen all year making it impossible for them to survive in such places.

Snakes are naturally shy, non-confrontational creatures who would always rather choose escape if given the choice. However, like any wild animals, they will only attack if they are startled or threatened. Left undisturbed, they will rarely attack humans - in fact, humans attack more snakes than the other way around!

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6 Terrifying Zombie-Like Animals That Continue On Even Hours After Their Demise

Nature is amazing – and sometimes downright creepy!




We’ve all heard about cockroaches having the ability to survive for weeks even without its head. It turns out, there are more creatures on this earth that possess zombie-like characteristics, particularly the ability to continue living or moving hours after its death.

Read on and learn about 6 terrifying zombie-like animals that can continue for hours even after they die.

Headless venomous snakes

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