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New marine life

 

Human beings are by nature very cunous It is their curiosity which helped them discover and Invent so many things In this way it is not only necessity but also the curiosity that has helped make life easier and comfortable, Oceans have also attracted so much studies. In 21″ century there is a plenty of knowledge on oceans The credit goes to researchers. And this knowledge is increasing and becoming more revealing day by day A team of researchers from Australia and the U.S. have uncovered new marine life, including fiery red coral and purple-spotted sea anemones, in deep waters of the Australia Researchers also found that most reef forming coral deeper than 4,200 feet in the area were newly dead. They will carry these sample of the coral to the laboratories with the focus on the questions whether the creatures are dying because of ocean warming, disease, a rise in ocean acidity or some other reason One of the expedition’s chief scientist, Ron Thresher of Australia’s Common Wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, said in a statement, “Lf our analysis identifies this phenomenon as the cause of the reef system’s demise, then the impact we are seeing now below 300 meters (4,200 feet) might extend to the shallower portions of the deep reefs over the next 50 years, threatening this entire

community remotely operated, car The team of researchers use a sized submarine name “Jason to explore an area of deep water southwest of Tasmania. This sub is a wonderful thing as it can collect samples and shoot pictures and video footage Jason made 14 dives lasting up to 48 hours each, of more than 13,000 feet ,010 Jason reached the depth more that 6,500 feet (2,000 met they saw sea spiders, a carnivorous sca squirt and a spon with To them it was an unforgettable sight. The team also found communities of marine life that have never been described in scientific literature, including branches and millions of round, purple-spotted sea anemones. In this research journey the team also discovered corals more than 10,000 years old. They will study them for clues on ancient climate data, and to help determine when coral reefs have existed south of Tarmania over the last several million years

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I am a hobbyist web developer, designer & Internet Marketer. I am also a Penetration Tester. I've spent the great part of two decades working as a developer and user experience designer. Apart from development I love to do marketing whether its a SEO or pure internet marketing. I fallen in love with security in 2011, now its my hobby to learn about security and find vulnerabilities but in a ethical way.

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