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Lakes isolated beneath Antarctic ice could be more amenable to life than thought


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Scientists drilled nearly 900 feet into the Antarctic ice shelf and recorded the first evidence of immobile marine life on the seafloor. These stationary animals may include sponges, but for now, are broadly categorized as "sessile organisms."