Russia Antarctic Lake

In this Monday, Feb. 6, 2012 photo provided by Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute of St. Petersburg,   Russian researchers at the Vostok station in Antarctica pose for a picture after reaching subglacial lake Vostok. Scientists hold the sign reading "05.02.12, Vostok station, boreshaft 5gr, lake at depth 3769.3 meters." Russian scientists said Monday that a new form of microbial life has been found in water samples taken from the giant freshwater lake hidden under kilometers of Antarctic ice. (AP Photo/Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute Press Service, HO)
In this Monday, Feb. 6, 2012 photo provided by Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute of St. Petersburg, Russian researchers at the Vostok station in Antarctica pose for a picture after reaching subglacial lake Vostok. Scientists hold the sign reading "05.02.12, Vostok station, boreshaft 5gr, lake at depth 3769.3 meters." Russian scientists said Monday that a new form of microbial life has been found in water samples taken from the giant freshwater lake hidden under kilometers of Antarctic ice. (AP Photo/Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute Press Service, HO)

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