Hardy Species Hitch a Ride from Deep Sea Vent

Published on June 12th, 2012 | by

Some deep sea explorers got a bit of a surprise when they found that a species of snail known only from deep sea hydrothermal vents had hitched a ride to the surface.  Previously, researchers had assumed that the pressure difference would prevent any animal from surviving such a ride.
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