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Microbes survive deep below the seafloor at temperatures up to 120°C

Microbes survive deep below the seafloor at temperatures up to 120°C

Bubbles coming out of a cave in the Pacific seabed near Japan Living microbes have been found in sediments 1.2 kilometres below the seafloor, where the temperature reaches 120°C. The discovery shows that life in seafloor sediments can survive higher temperatures than previously thought and is therefore present at greater depths than...

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Los Angeles Pacific Tina Treude University of California

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