Craniella (center), a sponge previously unknown in the Bering Sea, is visible living on a glass sponge in this Greenpeace handout image. The specimen was found at a depth of approximately 600 feet during undersea research of Pribilof Canyon in the Ber...

Image | April 3, 2008

Craniella (center), a sponge previously unknown in the Bering Sea, is visible living on a glass sponge in this Greenpeace handout image. The specimen was found at a depth of approximately 600 feet during undersea research of Pribilof Canyon in the Bering Sea. The image was made on the deck of the Greenpeace support vessel Esperanza on August 1, 2007.

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