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In Dallol, Ethiopia there are bacteria which live in acid baths of hydrogen sulphide. These bacteria can grow no larger than the head of a pin because there is no oxygen in this environment. Nothing else on Earth can survive here. Every breath of inspiration mixed with food within the breathing host is used to create energy, the power which allows large, complex creatures to exist. In the Danakil Desert of East Africa, sand storms which occur become so large that they envelop all of North Africa...

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