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Life at Rock Bottom

Nereis sandersi is an active, mobile worm that dwells on the walls of active and inactive smokers.(Lauren Dykman, © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

This digital photo essay brings you the forms, figures, and facts of life more than a mile and half deep

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