Photos: Deep-Sea Creatures Hide Out on Wood Falls

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The makings of home

Credit: 2012 MBARI
Sunken dead trees and wooden debris are rare food sources in the otherwise empty abyss of the deep seafloor. Now, a new study shows how this debris becomes…Read More »

home to thousands of squirming sea creatures.

Shown here, a bundle of acacia wood that sat on the seafloor for five years.   Less «
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