New species of coral discovered in Scottish waters, shedding new light on deep sea biodiversity

Inews reports Pseudumbellula scotiae was found growing at a depth of up to 2,000 metres in a deepwater basin off the North West coast of Scotland by scientists from the Scottish Government and the University of Seville. It is a type of seapen, a group of soft corals that grow in cold and tropical waters around the world. 

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