Eldorado Posted February 15, 2021 #1 Share Posted February 15, 2021 The waters below Antarctica are amongst the most inhospitable environments on our planet - or so we thought. It's pitch dark, and temperatures are subzero; yet, when scientists drilled through an Antarctic ice shelf far from light or warmth, they found a seafloor boulder that's home to several species we may have never seen before. A few of the organisms have been seen in similar locations, but this discovery marks the first time stationary creatures that live their lives attached to one place, such as sponges, have been found in this hostile environment. Full article at Science Alert: Link 8 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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