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Bacteria Found Alive in Earth's Most Extreme Environments for the First Time Hold Clues to Life on Other Planets
JAY GORY, MANAGING EDITOR, science
Antarctic and Arctic ice are extreme environments—some of the most extreme on Earth and considered sterile places where nothing can survive. The snow is nutrient-poor, it’s very cold and there’s not a great deal of water to play with,” Kelly Redeker, lead author and biologist at the University of York, told Newsweek. Giant tabular icebergs are surrounded by ice floe drift in Vincennes Bay on January 11, 2008 in the Australian Antarctic Territory. read more


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