Robot ‘dolphins’ reveal why Antarctic ice caps are melting: Deep-sea gliders show swirls of warm water reaching the surface

The yellow ‘gliders’ (pictured) measure 6ft 6in (2 metres), cost $240,000 (£151,300) each and feature built-in sensors that track temperature and salinity in the depths of the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. —> Read More Here


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