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Mars covered in toxic chemicals that can wipe out living organisms, tests reveal

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sun and suggests that missions will have to dig deep underground to find past or present life if it lurks there. The most hospitable environment may lie two or three metres beneath the surface where the soil and any organisms are shielded from intense radiation. "At those depths, it's possible Martian life may survive," said Jennifer Wadsworth, a postgraduate astrobiologist at Edinburgh University.

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