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Hey, What about Us?

There's more life on ice than celebrity bears

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10:10am, November 26, 2007

To Brendan Kelly, who has spent 25 springs there, the ice covering the Arctic Ocean looks like a lunar landscape. But it isn't really that lifeless. Detecting life in the snow and ice, he says, just requires the right sensory technology. And a leash.

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