Watch: Mysterious 'blob' goes on show at Paris zoo

Watch: Mysterious 'blob' goes on show at Paris zoo

The blob doesn't have a brain but can solve problems, and has no mouth but can eat food. It heals itself in two minutes, moves 4cm per hour without limbs and has 720 sex organs.
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