News18 | 19/11/2020 03:16 PM | Click to read full article
According to a team of researchers, an underground river exists in perpetual darkness buried under Greenland. It is fed by the melting ice in the glaciers and has been named "Dark River" by the team.
It could be a 1,000 kilometres (620 miles) long; stretching from Greenland’s deep interiors to the Petermann Fjord in the country's northwest. According to ice sheet modeller Christopher Chambers, the results of this study are consistent with a potential subglacial river.