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"We've never had the luxury of bringing back microbes that are what you call strict barophiles, microorganisms that can survive under great pressures," Lutz says. Typically, such organisms live at depths of greater than 5,000 meters.
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Some examples include thermophiles that flourish in temperatures above water's boiling point, barophiles that live at the high pressures at the bottom of the ocean floor, and acidophiles that exist in highly acidic conditions.
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