back to the Ice Age more than 60,000 years ago, the forest of cypress
trees once breathed carbon dioxide above the water’s surface.
Long ago, sea levels were about 400 feet lower than they are now,
and the forest is increasingly relevant to researchers considering that
our planet is being inundated with sea level rise caused by climate
The forest is “considered a treasure trove of information” when it
comes to understanding Earth’s ancient history, according to a Reddit AMA. “Scientific analysis of the site is ongoing.” Read more (7/19/17)