Antarctica deep seafloor is a colorful underwater jungle

I bet this is not what you imagine diving deep in Antarctica would be like.

These two guys  took submersibles down to an area about 1,000 meters, or 3,280 feet, below Antarctica’s sea ice, in the Southern Ocean.  Not the usual recreational dive but nevertheless astonishing to watch what they discovered there, an ocean floor teeming with life, rivaling the biological diversity of tropical coral reefs.

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