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25 November 2017 / Washington Post / Tom Metcalfe

Sea life beneath Antarctic ice shelf is changing, and warming may be why

McMurdo Station, Antarctica

In dives to the seafloor, scientists have noticed big differences in only a few years.

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A three-inch-long shrimp-like creature was found in a borehole 600 feet beneath the Ross Ice Shelf in 2009. Much closer to the surface, divers are finding big changes in the ecosystem of the seafloor. (NASA/Associated Press)