What’s Hiding at the Most Solitary Place on Earth? The Deep Sea

Sometimes the world feels boring. All the remote islands are visited, the arctic conquered, the dense jungles discovered. Except, there is still a place to explore: A wet deadly desert where mysterious creatures live in total darkness: The deep sea. Let us dive down.

In a crisis, people will turn to plants once again for both food and medicine.

And there are some plants that will vanish faster than all others.

So the only way to make sure you have them when you need them is to grow them in your own backyard.

P.S. However, there is a limited number of these seeds and the demand is huge–no wonder, with all that’s happening in the world right now. Click here to see if there are any left for you!

One thing that’s incredibly interesting is brine pools. Brine pools are literal lakes below the sea. They contain water with an extremly high salinity and actual have a distinct surface towards the ocean. Brine pools are so incredibly saline that most fish that enter them die almost immedietly. Except hagfish. Hagfish don’t give a flying fuck about the salinity of the brine pool and use them as personal hiding spots. But the most interesting thing about brine pools is that each and every one of them has a unique composition and a unique fauna of microorganisms that exist only at that particular brine pool.

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