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Pole Life

Some of the same species are living on BOTH ENDS of the earth?how in the world did this happen?

In BBC News, Mark Kinver quotes researcher Ron O'Dor as saying, "Some of the more obvious species like birds and whales migrate between the poles on an annual basis." It's the small, non-migrating species, like sea cucumbers and snails, that are found in both the Arctic and Antarctic that baffle scientists. Did they hitch a ride on a whale?

Kinver quotes O'Dor as saying, "The oceans are a mixing ground. There are all kinds of currents that allow things to move around." Scientists call these "conveyor belt" currents.

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