Death by Good Intentions…

In 2006, a team of scientific researchers in Iceland were gathering clams in order to study the effects of climate change. They froze the clams to transport them, which killed them. By coincidence, they ended up killing the oldest known clam still left alive, nicknamed, “Ming”, which was 507 years old.

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