Deep-Sea Animals Living In The Endurance Shipwreck

The Endurance is a 144-foot ship that sank in 1915 during Ernest Shackleton’s expedition Deep-sea explorers have successfully found the wreckage of the ship, 10,000 feet below the Antarctic waters. Along with the ship, interesting sea creatures were found to have made a home of it. It has become a place of foundation for fledglinganemones, sea squirts, and other animals to take hold. The animals living around the ship can withstand temperatures that reach below -2 degrees Celsius. Learn more about the creatures here! 

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Image credit: Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust/National Geographic

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