Deep-sea hydrothermal vents wildlife, past and present


This video from Britain says about itself:

Life at hydrothermal vents | Natural History Museum [in London, England]

30 November 2018

Hydrothermal vents are unique environments. Dr Adrian Glover and Dr Maggie Georgieva are looking at how animals adapt to survive on these ocean floor hot springs by comparing specimens of living and fossil species.

Discover more about life on hydrothermal vents here.

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