The Deep Seafloor is Filled with Entire Branches of Life Yet to be Discovered

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  • A new study has found that there is at two-thirds of life on the seafloor that has yet to be discovered.
  • The seafloor has a more complex environment due to microhabitats and underwater volcanoes that species can adapt to and then specialize.
  • The researcher team also learned more about the more about the role the deep ocean plays to absorb carbon from the atmosphere.

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