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Far below the ocean floor, sediments are teeming with bizarre zombie-like microbes. Although they' re technically alive, they grow in slow motion, and can take decades for a single cell to divideà ¢à  à  something their cousins at the surface do in a matter of minutes. A new study from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is beginning to pick apart how they survive by examining their source of food, nearby molecules of organic carbon. The study helps further our understanding of the limitations of life on Earth and could help inform how life might exist on other planets.
In humans, different social groups, cities, or regions often have distinct accents and dialects. Those vocal traits are not unique to us, however. A new study from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) has found that short-finned pilot whales living off the coast of Hawaià ¢à  à  i have their own sorts of vocal dialects, a discovery that may help researchers understand the whalesà ¢à  à  complex social structure.

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