There's a saying that cockroaches could survive an atomic bomb in many circumstances.
I don't know if that is the truth, but rather it merits pondering what types of animals will survive long after people are no more. Tiny critters live in the most extreme and remote areas on the planet. What do they resemble? What is their fate during famine or very cold periods? Researchers say that one "little beast" with a huge amount of nicknames may outlive us - by far.
The tardigrade is otherwise called the "water bear" or the "greenery piglet," and it's one of the strongest animals on the planet.
They're less than a millimeter in size and live in water or water film on plants. So far there's water on Earth, they'll continue to exist.
Incredibly, notwithstanding if they're frozen or dried out, researchers have observed that they can be brought back to life. They can survive the most horrendous conditions that would murder critters generally.
Presently scientists are investigating tardigrade DNA to find what makes them so strong. They likewise say it's far away however they hope to make a substance to preserve serums using tardigrade systems.
Eventually, tardigrades could live more years than people by 10 billion years. Also, since they're being developed on the International Space Station, they could even keep on surviving in space.