The Blob, a single-celled organism without a brain but with a high level of intelligence, joins the International Space Station (ISS), to conduct new experiments on this animal that intrigues scientists.
In a report published by the French newspaper “Le Monde”, writer Frederic Petit says that French astronaut Thomas Pesquet will carry with him on his next space trip in August, 4 blob animals, to discover more scientific facts about this sticky creature, which is distinguished In a very complex manner. Read also Stronger than radiation and temperature fluctuations, bacteria can survive in space The first in the Arab world… A Jordanian scientist studies the behavior of bacterial samples in space Why did scientists shoot the water bear the most powerful creature on Earth? A look at some of the International Space Station research over the past year
Stephane Gusso, an employee of an agri-food company in Concarneau, northwest France, got his first sample of blueberries from Le Bon Coin in October 2020, after finding a sale ad in the ” the animals”.
“This hobby remains educational and is mainly based on observation,” says Gusso. “Observation requires some attention without taking much time.”
Stefan Gusso currently owns 8 bloops he bought online, and he dominates this web market less than 5 years ago, 6 breeders selling bloop sclerotia, a dried version that needs a little hydration to wake up, gel and color.
It costs between 20 and 40 euros to buy and mail it, and is the perfect birthday gift for all exotic animal lovers. Students of life and earth sciences and nature lovers exchange tips, samples and information about this creature through social networking sites.
French expert Audrey Dussutour has authored a bestseller on Physarum Polycephalum, the scientific name for this organism recognizable by its bright yellow color, titled “Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About the Blueberry Without”. You dare ask the question.”
In the book, the French researcher put the summary of her experience over 13 years in observing this organism, which has a maximum speed of 4 meters per second, although it does not have legs or fins, but rather a venous network capable of generating wormy movements, similar to the human intestine.