Researchers from the French National Centre for Scientific Research have revived more than a dozen prehistoric viruses that were previously trapped deep within the Siberian permafrost.
From seven ancient permafrost samples, scientists were able to document 13 never-before-seen viruses that had been laying dormant, frozen in ice, for over tens of thousands of years.
In 2016, one child died and dozens of people were hospitalized after an anthrax outbreak in Siberia. Officials believe the outbreak started because a heat wave thawed the permafrost and unearthed a reindeer carcass infected with anthrax decades ago. About 2,300 reindeer died in the outbreak.
The same scientists have now revived a virus that is 48,500 years old, which is capable of infecting other organisms like Humans. There's more that can be learned, click here to stay awake and ready to combat the elites by staying educated with UNIFYD TV.