2800 Year Old Lake Life Survives in Complete Isolation
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Posted on December 12, 2012, in Environment, Philosophy, Science and tagged Antarctica, bacteria ice, bacteria ice antarctica, climate, East Antarctica, europa ice life, lake ellsworth, lake ellswoth, Lake Vida, life on mars, Mars, mars ice, mars ice life, mars water, Martian, nature, Peter Doran, planets and moons, signs of life, uic, uiuc, University of Illinois, university of illinois chicago, Vida, water. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.