London scientists want to revive plants buried in ‘ghost ponds’

Life will find a way, even if that way is winding and submerged under layers of soil, vegetation, and water. According to a recent study by a scientific team at University College London, uncovering hidden habitats buried under so-called “ghost ponds” could prove decisive in restoring ecosystems and biodiversity and may even hold the key to reviving extinct plant species.

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