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Forests that are harvested today will regrow in three decades to be ready to be harvested again.
So how much of a difference could efforts to save and regrow forests—together with conservation of other ecosystems—really do?
These lizards can defensively drop – and regrow – their tails.
After a couple thousand grafts, the hair falls out after two weeks and then regrows after a few months.
These patterns are only possible because these animals have the unique ability to regrow their genitals each year, says University of Southern California biologist Matt Dean, who wasn't involved in the study.
Your neighbor undoubtedly has red raspberries that will regrow and fruit next summer on new canes.
Bernhardt, whose liver will regrow, remained hospitalized for three days after the transplant.
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