The Very First Forms of Life May Have Been More Animal-Like Than We Ever Realised

Early life may have been far more like animals than we thought, suggests new research that shows bacteria can 'develop' like an embryo.

When bacteria band together, they ooze out a protective communal home of slime to form thriving, densely packed colonies known as biofilms. Together these teeny organisms are more powerful.

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