9 Prehistoric Species Still Roaming the Earth

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While it's been about 65 million years since dinosaurs went extinct, some of their back-in-the-day neighbors still exist -- and with biologies that are similar (if not exact) to those they had when Tyrannosaurus Rex was the king of the predators.

From a 220-million-year-old shrimp to a 170 million-year-old plant, find out which modern species have a gift for survival.

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