About Hydra

This multi-headed creature is a centimeter and a half centimeters long and lives in the calm waters of swamps and lakes. Hydra is green in color because in its cells live algae, which gives it that green, is a giblet where the Debbib life is equipped with arms and rectangular equipment open to them. Its body is devoid of blood circulation, nerve centers and respiratory tract.With its simple structure, the hydra moves and grabs its prey arms, it cuts into pieces that do not die.Each part of it is capable of being able to become a living and new creature.

This phenomenon makes us think that the ancient Greeks were inspired – from this being – the idea of ​​that terrible monster, which was shot by their legendary giant mighty Heracles, who were depicted in the form of a strange snake with multiple heads if cut up and grew immediately.

Did you know?
The protruding part of the body of the hydra is, in spite of any emerging hydra, they soon separate to live independently … and that these animals are able to shrink their body very tightly until it becomes a sphere no more than a millimeter or two millimeters in diameter.

Hydra Facts
Hydra, wandering with an unguarded water bargot near Hydra, after the hydra was alerted to its presence, laying its arms and catching them. Hydra charges prey into its digestive cavity.
Hydra moves crawling on her foot. But to navigate more quickly and make a series of contractions and twists so funny to make it like a tumbler, you see above this successive stages of this movement.
Hydra lives a little under water anchored by its foot on plants. Neurons manage the activity of this creature, which has no eyes and no brain and skillfully hunts its very, very small prey.
Stinging cells 1 spread along the rest of the body of the hydra and emerge – when anything collides with the animal – a filament ۲ injector of fluid numb prey ..
Hydra has the ability to regenerate so that, if presumably, it is cut into three parts, each of which forms and compensates for the missing organs and becomes new hydrates. The hydra, which is cut into 50 pieces, produces – within a few weeks – fifty new hydra.
Hydra is an animal that combines itself with the characteristics of masculinity and femininity at the same time. Moreover, the same individual can reproduce sexually and sexually by forming buds.