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New rare Glass Sponge Reefs found

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    Thirty miles west of Grays Harbor, University of Washington scientists have discovered large colonies of glass sponges thriving on the seafloor. The species of
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      Thirty miles west of Grays Harbor, University of Washington scientists
      have discovered large colonies of glass sponges thriving on the
      seafloor. The species of glass sponges capable of building reefs were
      thought extinct for 100 million years until they were found in recent
      years in the protected waters of Canada's Georgia and Hecata straits,
      the only place in the world they've been observed until now. Read more
      at my Blog Marine Animal news <http://marineanimalnews.blogspot.com/>
      and view the vivid under water glass spong reefs at Videos of blue
      waters <http://blue-water-video.blogspot.com/>


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