Images: Strange Life at Antarctic Seafloor

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Snapshots of Biodiversity

Credit: Julian Gutt, Alfred Wegener Institute doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.198663
Researchers have compiled a database of images and information collected from the Antarctic seafloor during various expeditions to the frozen continent.…Read More »

While the pictures are lovely to look at, they could also help scientists studying biodiversity in the pristine region and help policymakers decide how to protect its marine habitats.   Less «
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