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Extremophiles - Earth's Extreme Organisms
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Extremophiles - Earth's Extreme Organisms
Matthew Stott researches bacteria that survive the high temperatures (almost 100 degrees Celsius) of New Zealand's hot springs.


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Posted by nova on October 30, 2010
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