UK scientists have found anomalous numbers of a novel crab species on the Southern Ocean floor that they have dubbed The Hoff because of its hirsute upper body. The crab occurs in astounding densities. It is just implausible to see these flora and fauna factually lying in plenty around the circulate flow of these vents.
The new type found approximately the vents that inhabit the East Scotia edge are somewhat different in that they demonstrate long setae on their ventral surface on their undersides. It was thought the Southern Ocean's strong currents might help drive species from one ocean basin to another, and finding a very diverse group of being types also at East Scotia Ridge would have been a prevailing report in sustains of this dispersion suggestion.