Marine Species Suggest Antarctic ‘Cradle of Life’

Carnivorous sponges, 585 new species of crustaceans and hundreds of new worms have been discovered in the dark waters around Antarctica, suggesting these depths may have been the source of much marine life. The team, who scooped samples from as deep as 20,000 feet, found unexpectedly rich diversity of animal life

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