DailyDirt: Joe Life Versus The Volcano

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Volcanoes are not exactly predictable, so the best way to avoid getting killed by one is probably to just live far, far away. But Nature doesn't worry about death and destruction, so all kinds of life seems to thrive around active volcanoes, even where no one would expect life to be able to survive at all. After you've finished checking out those links, take a look at our Daily Deals for cool gadgets and other awesome stuff.

Filed Under: biology, blackfish, extremophiles, food chain, life, nature, sharks, volcanoes


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    jim, 21 Jul 2015 @ 5:48am

    Pesky volcanos

    It's amazing, the more we learn, the more we forget history. Jaucque costeau? Didn't these idiots just rediscover national geographic, jack made tv specials about the new sport of aqualuning. Filming volcano's, smokers, sharks, and in the exotic places of the world, from the attic to the Antarctic, loved his stuff, best underwater films ever produced. And that a lot good filmwork. These kids must probably never heard of the french, America!

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