Marine scientists in Hawaii unearth an ancient minivan-sized sea sponge
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We’ve all heard stories about enormous deep sea worms and sharks the size of a city bus. It turns out, those aren’t the only incredibly huge creatures hiding beneath the waves. A team of researchers in Hawaii have discovered the largest sea sponge known to science, and it’s as big as a minivan. Located near the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, the sea sponge is thought to be several centuries old, if not more. The expedition took place in the summer of 2015. Researchers...