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"IT'S BEEN called the Galapagos of the subsurface." Barbara Sherwood Lollar's enthusiasm for the fertile watery world her team has found 2.5 kilometres beneath Earth's surface is palpable. The water circulates through fractures in the rocks of a Canadian copper mine. Dating techniques indicate it has been isolated from the rest of the planet for up to 2.64 billion years – making it a time capsule from the early days of life on Earth.
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