These Weird, Wondrous Animals Live Under Greenland’s Ice Caps | National Geographic

These Weird, Wondrous Animals Live Under Greenland’s Ice Caps | National Geographic

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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.”
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/07/underwater-greenland-marine-ecosystem-spd/

These Weird, Wondrous Animals Live Under Greenland’s Ice Caps | National Geographic
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