This information was reported by Greek Reporter, reports URA-Inform.
Discovering this reservoir of water is quite a find. This is water trapped in crystals of ringwoodite, a special type of rock that is a kind of sponge that absorbs and retains water in its crystalline structure. Geophysicist Steve Jacobsen explains that ringwoodite is a magnesium silicate formed under extreme pressure.
This mineral, previously discovered on a meteorite in the 1960s, is now found to be common underground.< /p>
What is this ecosystem?
Researchers have also discovered a whole new ecosystem beneath the earth's surface, upending the usual idea of a dead world at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, at a depth of approximately 2500 meters below sea level.
Worms, snails and chemosynthetic bacteria live in these inaccessible and difficult conditions for life. For now, the details about them remain a mystery and require further study.
Discoveries of this kind remind us how huge and mysterious our world is, and how little we know about its hidden depths.
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