Curious ‘Mice’ Thrive on Glaciers

Curious ‘Mice’ Thrive on Glaciers

Bizarre creatures have been discovered living inside these balls of moss.

By Justine E. Hausheer
Published: January-February 2013
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Hi, Incredible! nature every

Hi, Incredible!
nature every day a little more surprising.
We should probably learn more about it we would save many heartaches
Thank nice post

A pebble serves as the

A pebble serves as the anchor, with moss growing around it. I am have been studying this topic for a long time.

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I like this article. The

I like this article. The frigid, barren expanses of glaciers may not be as hostile to life as long thought--bizarre creatures have been discovered thriving inside mysterious balls of moss called "glacier mice." A pebble serves as the anchor, with moss growing around it. I am have been studying this topic for a long time. You have provided great information in you post and some things I have not seen in other content I have read by others.

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