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As Much as 1/3 of Earth's Biomass Lives Beneath the Ocean Floor

They are referred to as intraterrestrials, organisms that live inside the Earth. Most live beneath the bottom of the oceans. Some live in the tens of meters of mud just beneath the seafloors; others, following fractures in rock, live hundreds of meters down. By some estimates, as much as one-third of...

Another maxim bites the dust: Isolated coral reefs can recover from bleaching

Stony corals that are reef-building corals (also known as Hermtypic corals [see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermatypic_coral ]) require algae from the genus Symbiodinium [see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbiodinium ] to be in a healthy condition. The loss of these intracellular Symbiodinium from the...