Subject: Is there any living being which does not die of 'natural death' ?
Date: Thu Sep 6 11:23:01 2001
Posted by hughes
Grade level: grad (non-science)
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Area of science: General Biology
I understand any animal would eventually die, even if placed in "ideal" living
conditions. But as some plants are thousands of years old, I was wondering if,
placed in theorethically ideal conditions, plants would finally die ? In other
words, and more generally, is there any living being which does not die
of "natural death" (but only of external accidents).
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