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Sea Vent Viewer

Sea Vent Viewer 1.5 miles is not very far — unless it's straight down to the floor of the oceans, where a moat uncommon world exists. This National Science Foundation (NSF) site looks at some of the very strange fauna and flora able to exist at such a tremendous underwater depth.
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Sea Vent Viewer


1.5 miles is not very far — unless it's straight down to the floor of the oceans, where a moat uncommon world exists. This National Science Foundation (NSF) site looks at some of the very strange fauna and flora able to exist at such a tremendous underwater depth.

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