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Hanging Out at an Ancient Oasis
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[SIZE=-1]Analyses of the fossils of ammonites, long-extinct relatives of today's squid and octopi, unearthed in South Dakota suggest that some of the creatures (artist's reconstruction shown) lived their entire lives at seafloor oases nourished by methane-rich ...[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Ammonites thrived in ancient methane seeps[SIZE=-1]Examiner.com[/SIZE][/SIZE]

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Nice to see someone putting together ideas and testing them from the abundance of life we have found around chemical and not photosynthetic bases.
 

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