“It appears that there lies a large wetland ecosystem under Antarctica’s ice sheet, with an active microbiology.” — There's some really exciting news coming from the land at the bottom of the world.

9 Responses to “Scientists discover life in Antarctica”

  1. alkali says:

    I’ve seen this movie — get the heck out of there!

  2. Peter says:

    I’m just going to remind these crews to stop when they find the six-foot tall albino penguins.

    If you hit a frothing lake of protoplasmic bubbles occasionally forming eyes, mouths, or temporary appendages, or huge oval-shapped barrels with starfish appendages at both ends, you’ve gone too far.

  3. tomrigid says:

    Snakes. Why’d it have to be snakes?

  4. eldritch says:

    Headline: “Scientists discover life in Antarctica”.

    …ya know, apart from all the penguins, seals, orcas, albatrosses, shags, petrels, skuas, pigeons, sheathbills, terns, prions, shearwaters, pintails, gulls, blue whales, krill, plankton, kelp, squid, lichens, liverworts, algae, icefish, et cetera, et cetera…

  5. ApostateGland says:

    Hail Cthulhu. 

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