Under the Sea Census

Researchers spot hundreds of new species of underwater animals.

Under the Sea: Census of Marine Life

Under the Sea: Marine Life Census
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Twenty years ago the shores of inner basins of the Arctic Hornsund fjord (Svalbard archipelago) were barren, as solid fast ice staying in average of 8-9 months per year scoured all the macroorganisms. Today, with the fast ice present no more than 4-5 months algae are climbing up the shore creating a new, rich habitat in the former desert. (Marcin Gorski/ArcOD)
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