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Bacteria May Thrive in Antarctica's Buried Lake Vostok

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Microscopic images of bacteria

Microscopic images of bacteria found in melt samples taken from ice thought to be refrozen from the waters of Lake Vostok.

Credit: David M. Karl et al, University of Hawaii

 

Microscopic images of bacteria

Microscopic images of bacteria found in melt samples taken from ice thought to be refrozen from the waters of Lake Vostok.

Credit: David M. Karl et al, University of Hawaii

 

Microscopic images of bacteria

Microscopic images of bacteria found in melt samples taken from ice thought to be refrozen from the waters of Lake Vostok.

Credit: David M. Karl et al, University of Hawaii

 

Microscopic images of bacteria

Microscopic images of bacteria found in melt samples taken from ice thought to be refrozen from the waters of Lake Vostok.

Credit: David M. Karl et al, University of Hawaii

 



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