Siberian salamanders have compounds in their blood that enable them to survive temperatures of -45°C(-49F). They can stay frozen solid for years before thawing and reviving as good as new. (Wild Russia - NDR)
Yo I'm Kelsey I hail from the lovely San Diego currently getting my education on in San Fran, majoring in Fine Art Sculpture! I was raised by a Biologist and a Writer, I'm an eccentric, a health nut and an Amazon ( as I am 6ft tall). I love all things to do with Nature and being a Nerd. Now let's have an ADVENTURE!
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