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Mysterious traces discovered at the bottom of the ocean, 2.5 miles deep

“The talking democrat” reports, that a team of marine biologists from the University of Southampton (UK) announces the discovery, four kilometers below the surface of the sea, of mysterious traces on the ocean floor.

Although not yet confirmed, these fingerprints may have been made by whales. If this is the case, then it could be a new record.

Where do these mysterious traces come from in a region of the Pacific Ocean targeted for the extraction of deep-sea polymetallic nodules? In 2015, the RRS James Cook, a marine research vessel, visited the area before a possible extraction, to characterize the species evolving in the water below.

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