I don't see how any creature can survive under those conditions.
bacteria that survive in extreme temperatures
Only a few written records survive from those times.
These ancient practices still survive in some regions.
Some of the original bridges survive.
Many businesses are struggling to survive in today's economy.
Only his son survived him.
She survived her husband by only a few years.
He survived a political scandal and was elected to the state legislature.
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Recent Examples on the WebHowever, lone ones sometimes venture farther south and can temporarily survive in freshwater.
Leila Sackur, NBC News, 5 Aug. 2022 That means there could be key ingredients for life that may survive in the atmosphere.
Joshua Hawkins, BGR, 5 Aug. 2022 Alone features 10 contestants who attempt to survive in the harsh wilderness for the longest amount of time.
al, 4 Aug. 2022 This means that for climate policy to survive in the long run, it should probably get enacted by Congress.
Nives Dolsak And Aseem Prakash, Forbes, 3 Aug. 2022 Recent laboratory work also shows that some typically terrestrial disease-causing parasites can survive in seawater and infect marine mammals.
Michael Allen, Smithsonian Magazine, 1 Aug. 2022 The UA System Division of Agriculture is focusing on teaching farmers how to survive the hot and dry conditions in a way that suits their operation, according to Ford.
Remington Miller, Arkansas Online, 1 Aug. 2022 Hearty herbs — those with woody stems, such as rosemary and thyme — are made to survive in dry weather and are best kept that way.
Aaron Hutcherson, Washington Post, 29 July 2022 The Beavers likely need the Pac-12 to survive in order to remain in a Power Five conference.
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