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First look at a dark realm

Credit: Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, UK
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland discovered an unusual assortment of marine creatures while exploring the South Pacific's New Hebrides…Read More »





trench in 2013. Fish called cusk eels, and bright red prawns, dominated the community, though they are rare in other deep marine trenches.    Less «
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