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NO SEX FOR 40 MILLION YEARS - SHOCKING ?

No sex for 40 million years? No problem!
In Asexual reproduction duplication of gene copies of the single-celled creatures — called bdelloid rotifers can become different over time. According to a molecular biologist at the University of Cambridge, “It is like having a bigger tool kit,You can do the same job, but better.”


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Some other researchers draw the attention to a translucent, waterborne creatures which can survive upto 40 million years without sexual relations. Tunnacliffe was astonished to notice that how the creatures survives in the pool's water without gene-swapping made possible by sexual reproduction.


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He also added in this context on tuesday that, “Sexual reproduction is supposed to be a good thing in evolution, So when you come across an organism like the bdelloid, which hasn’t engaged in sexual reproduction for tens of millions of years, you begin to question why sex is important?"

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