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New evidence indicates that chemical gardens which form beneath the Antarctic ice could be the origin of coldwater life.
Brinicles, first captured forming on film by the BBC in 2011, are hollow tubes of ice that descend from Antarctic sea ice. They look a lot like icicles, but arenít. As sea water freezes into ice, it excludes salt and other ions, which get trapped in brine-rich compartments in sea ice.
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