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Scientist Study Arctic Water That Hasn't Seen Sun In 120,000 Years
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12 Mar 2018 06:23 AM EST

An Iceberg two times bigger than Lake Erie broke off the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica in July 2017.
In uncovered ocean water that had not seen sunlight in at least 120,000 years.
Researchers are planning to study the area to see if they find new species.
“We have a unique opportunity to study how marine life responds to a dramatic environmental change," Marine Biologist Dr Katrin Linse

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