Hot springs found in Norwegian Sea

11 Aug 05 – Norwegian researchers at the University of Bergen have found underwater hot springs – hot enough to sustain coral – in the chilly waters of the Arctic.

“The researchers were stunned when the mini-sub glided into an underwater forest featuring pinnacles from which streamed water nearly 500 degrees F and saw sea life including shrimp, sea spiders, coral and eel.”

The submarine hot springs were found at a depth of 660 yards on the so-called Mohnsryggen north of the Arctic island of Jan Mayen,

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