Underneath several kilometers of ice, the conditions may be just right to give rise to marine life unlike any the world has ever seen. Lake Vostok, an Antarctic body of water that has spent the last few tens of millions of years underneath a two-miles-thick block of glacial ice, just may be home to a variety of hitherto-undiscovered marine life, To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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