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The very first life forms were possibly more animal than we… – AlKhaleej Today

The very first life forms were possibly more animal than we…

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Early life may have been a lot more like animals than we thought. This suggests new research showing that bacteria can develop like an embryo. When bacteria cluster together, they seep out of a protective community of mucus and form blooming, tightly packed colonies known as biofilms. Together these tiny organisms are more powerful.
As part of the safety of the biofilm, they are better able to withstand environmental changes, communicate over long distances with cells outside of their communit…

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