When scientists first discovered glass sponge reefs in British Columbia’s waters in the late 1980s, they couldn’t have been more surprised. Prior to this, they believed that glass sponge reefs went extinct 40 million years ago. “If you think of it, it’s like stumbling upon a whole herd of dinosaurs in our backyards,” says Angela … Continue reading They outlived dinosaurs, but can glass sponge reefs survive man-made warming?
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