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Deep Sea Mussels (Bathymodiolus puteoserpentis) in the Logatchev deep sea hydrothermal vent in the Atlantic Ocean have onboard symbiotic bacteria which act as hydrogen fuel cells, converting hydrogen to energy. The mussels have been found to consume up to 5000L hydrogen per hour. With this discovery, researchers might be able to clone the hydrogen eating bacteria to create all-natural hydrogen fuel cells to power things other than sea life. via Brit Liggett, inhabitat.com…

Scientists Discover Deep-Sea Mussels That Can Convert Hydrogen into Energy

Deep Sea Mussels (Bathymodiolus puteoserpentis) in the Logatchev deep sea hydrothermal vent in the Atlantic Ocean have onboard symbiotic bacteria which act as hydrogen fuel cells, converting hydrogen to energy. The mussels have been found to consume up to 5000L hydrogen per hour. With this discovery, researchers might be able to clone the hydrogen eating bacteria to create all-natural hydrogen fuel cells to power things other than sea life. via Brit Liggett, inhabitat.com…

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