Scientists discover life in underground Antarctic lake

A team of researchers have reportedly discovered an extreme form of life living far under the Antarctic ice sheet. The team notes that the discovery could provide additional clues as to how life may have formed and existed on neighboring planets in the solar system. The underground lake, which researchers have examined for over a […]

Scientists discover life in underground Antarctic lake

Science Recorder | James Fluere | Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A team of researchers have reportedly discovered an extreme form of life living far under the Antarctic ice sheet. The team notes that the discovery could provide additional clues as to how life may have formed and existed on neighboring planets in the solar system. The underground lake, which researchers have examined for over a decade, is locked under 100 feet of solid ice and has effectively been sealed off for upwards of 3,000 years... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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