A “secret world” emerges in Antarctica

Extraordinary discovery at the bottom of the sea: a “secret world” full of mystery is emerging in the heart of Antarctica. News not to be missed.

Sea bottom (Image from Pixabay)

On our planet there are many corners still unexplored and full of mystery, probably real ecosystems unknown to most. In recent weeks, it is undoubtedly the South Pole that has amazed us with a truly sensational discovery.

The news comes from some researchers in distant New Zealand who have discovered a secret world in the cold sea of ​​Antarctica. Something like this had never been seen before. Let’s find out together what it is.

Fascinating Discovery in the Antarctic Sea: Researchers Unearth Many Underwater Animals

What the New Zealand research team has just learned is truly unprecedented. In fact, we are in the presence of news that has gone around the world.

Antarctic Sea (Image from Pixabay)

What is discovery? It is a real underwater ecosystem that sees a large number of small animals very similar to shrimps appear. The precise area has not yet been revealed, but the reference glacier has been identified.

This secret world – as it was called – is located near the famous Ross Wall. It is the largest ice shelf found in Antarctica, so much so that its dimensions are comparable to those of France.

The study was conducted by several scientists in different parts of the world and they all agreed on the same conclusion: climate change has a major influence on ice melting.

It is precisely this phenomenon that brought to light the presence of some holes under which there were amphipods, that is to say marine species very similar both in shape and size to crabs.

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The group of researchers said they were particularly satisfied with what came out of it, but at the same time the problem of melting ice remains a scourge for our planet.

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