字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 the only place in the world where you just might find a critically endangered axel. Little scientists are here on a mission to prevent these strange amphibians from being wiped out completely. This emergency effort involves rearing the axle wattles in captivity. The Sisters of the Immaculate Health, who run a true sanctuary for this species Lake Pap score of central Mexico, the only place in the world where you just might find a critically endangered axel little known locally as the Choke A. Scientists are here on a mission to prevent these strange amphibians from being wiped out completely. The photo station, which is dragging down sediments to the lake. We have a swell pollution. We probably took it now to make it official that the species is close distinction. So it was really we arrived bride at the last minute. This emergency effort involves rearing the axle wattles in captivity, and that's where some unexpected experts come in the Sisters of the Immaculate Health, who run a true sanctuary for this species. But while conservationists on their devout collaborators work together to save a species that's disappearing from the wild, Axel Littles are bred in their thousands in laboratories around the world like this one in Nottingham. Most people who use ax models study them because of their ability to regenerate, and it's remarkable. So let's say the limb gets bit off here above the elbow. What will happen is he Lin will just regenerate a perfect mirror image off the limb on the other side, and so many people hope that we can identify some latent ability to regenerate in human tissues. It's regenerative abilities are the reason that people here have consumed like pats kouros axel totals for centuries as a folk remedy for everything from anemia, toe asthma and the original recipe for this remarkable medicine. Developed at the convent by the sisters themselves, the nuns actually started breeding the animals 30 years ago to sustain a supply of their ancient remedies. Key ingredient.