A diver captured stunning video of the unique marine life that lives in the cold waters underneath the ice caps of Tasiilaq, Greenland.
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Alexander Benedik plunged into 28° F (-2° C ) temperatures and encountered jellyfish, comb jellies, sea slugs, and other weird but wondrous sea creatures. Benedik said: “I’ve been diving for nearly 20 years, but very little compares to the beauty of Greenland.”
Read “A Thriving Ecosystem Is Hiding Underneath Greenland’s Ice Caps.”
These Weird, Wondrous Animals Live Under Greenland’s Ice Caps | National Geographic