Antarctica Success: Bizarre Creatures’ Never Seen Before ‘Discovered Under Snow’ Science | news


The expedition took Antarctica into the water for a 50-day journey across the Southern Ocean and beyond the frozen desert. New Zealand research vessel R.V. On the board of Tangaro, an international team used state-of-the-art technology to scan the seabed. The Aegis imaging system allowed scientists to capture captivated images of an unchanged world.

Although the mission is still ongoing, “The Secret of Antarctica” was released on YouTube documenting his journey.

The narrator said: “Winds and currents keep this part of the Ross Sea free of ice in summer, so travel leader John Mitchell can breathe easily.

“While the sea remains calm and free of ice, the team prepares to plunge into an alien world.

“For the first time, these scientists will get to see what they call, courtesy of a deep-toned imaging system they call custom-aegis for this type of deep-sea exploration.

“Its high-definition video and still cameras will serve as the team’s eyes and this high-pressure, low-light environment.

“No one has actually field-tested the unit before under such icy conditions before, but it’s too late to think about it now.”

Scientists first followed the series to reduce surface-to-surface technology.

It states: “Like an explorer sent to an alien world, the imaging system begins its fact-finding mission and scientists hold their breath.

“Nobody really knows what is here.

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“Forever Night Polar has its first tantalizing team of marine life,” he said.

“There’s a lot of pieces of things on it.

“Now they have seen the creatures on the video they want to get their hands on and for that they need a trap.”

The Nets brought back a variety of strange looking creatures, leaving the team stunned.

The trend continued: “Antarctic toothfish is one of the giants of the marine ecosystem and is bitten by thousands.

“If it disappears from the ocean, there is more at stake than dinner, it could mean an ecosystem on the verge of collapse.

“It tells the crew that all is well below.

“Sponges, among the most primitive marine animals, have no nervous or digestive system, they filter and feed water through their pores.

“Troll also brought an alien specimen that ejects his body from silica.

“Snails are also poorly understood, and they may find a new species.”