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Scientists Digging Up 'Ghost Ponds' and Bringing Plants Back to Life
Aquatic plants buried underground for more than a century can be revived and regrown, according to a new study investigating the phenomenon of 'ghost ponds' – ponds that aren't properly drained but filled in with soil and vegetation under agricultural land.

Restoring some of these buried ponds, and the habitats hidden in limbo beneath the soil, could be a valuable way of reversing habitat and biodiversity losses, say researchers, and we could even bring some plant species back from the dead.



 
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