NASA Scientists Have Found Curious Signs Of Life On This New Island – But There’s A Catch

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Image: Sea Education Association / SEA Semester via NASA
Image: Sea Education Association / SEA Semester via NASA

In December of 2014 a new island appeared in the South Pacific. Almost four years later, scientists visited the landmass and “giddily” discovered signs of life on the landmass, according to a January 2019 blog post by NASA’s Dan Slayback. But the excitement would eventually wear off – and there was a big catch about the isle located just off of the coast of Tonga.

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