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The Researchers Discuss Their Unique Find and Why It's So Important

Researchers Don Bryant of Penn State University and David Ward of Montana State University join Matt Kane of the National Science Foundation on July 26 to discuss the unique lifeform they recently discovered in some of the hotsprings at Yellowstone National Park and explain why the discovery is so important. Lily Whiteman, also of NSF, is the moderator.

Credit: National Science Foundation

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