Image of clams Calyptogena magnifica, mussels and sponges at Calyfield along the Galapagos Rift. These clam shells are the size of soup bowls, and can be as large as dinner plates. The fuzzy gray material on the rocks is a new species of sponge that was identified at this site. Image courtesy of Dr. Timothy Shank, WHOI. Copyright WHOI.
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Investigator: Timothy Shank
Chief Scientist: Stephen Hammond