Sponge measures mining impact

A recently discovered new type of natural sea sponge could hold clues on the impact of mining.

by Jez Abbott
The new sponge group is visible on the surface. Picture: Natural History Museum
The new sponge group is visible on the surface. Picture: Natural History Museum

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