Monday, November 23, 2009

New species found in the deep blue sea

Here you go, your intern dollars at work!

"The deep sea was considered a desert until not so long ago; it's quite amazing to have documented close to 20,000 forms of life in a zone that was thought to be barren," said Jesse Ausubel with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, a sponsor of the census. "The deep sea is the least explored environment on earth." [more]

Who cares about a little bit of water on the moon? Whoopedy shit.

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